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Photo of Jodie Burchell , PhD
Client Insight Analyst SEEK
City Melbourne Australia Website: GitHub Website: Personal website

Biographical Info

  • Interests: statistical programming, research methodology, routinely-collected data, reproducible research, psychology
  • Contact method: Twitter
Updated 6 months ago. Return to top.

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Photo of Dianne Cook , PhD
Professor – Econometrics and Business Statistics Monash University
City Ames Australia Website: GitHub

Biographical Info

  • Interests: My research is in data visualization, exploratory data analysis, multivariate methods, data mining and statistical computing. I have developed methods for visualising high-dimensional data using tours, projection pursuit, manual controls for tours, pipelines for interactive graphics, a grammar of graphics for biological data, and visualizing boundaries in high-d classifiers. I have experimented with visualizing data in virtual environments, participated in producing software including xgobi, ggobi, cranvas and several R packages. My current work is focusing on bridging the gap between statistical inference and exploratory graphics.
  • Contact method: Twitter
Updated 6 months ago. Return to top.

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City Sydney Australia Website: Blog

Biographical Info

  • Interests: Forecasting, A/B testing, machine learning, AI, data science as strategy
  • Contact method: Twitter
Updated 6 months ago. Return to top.

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City Melbourne Victoria Australia

Biographical Info

  • R-Groups: R-Ladies Melbourne co-founder
  • Interests: computational cancer biology, bioinformatics, meta-analysis and batch correction, big data, data visualisation, reproducible research
  • Contact method: Twitter
Updated 6 months ago. Return to top.
Photo of Saskia Freytag , PhD
Post-doctoral fellow Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical ResearchPopulation Health and Immunity
City Melbourne Australia

Biographical Info

  • R-Groups: R-Ladies Melbourne organizing team, R-Ladies podcast
  • R-Packages:
  • Interests: bioinformatics, biostatistics, animal ethics, neurobiology, interactive applications
  • Contact method: Twitter
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City Melbourne Australia Website: GitHub

Biographical Info

  • Interests: statistics, bioinformatics
  • Contact method: Twitter
Updated 5 months ago. Return to top.
Photo of Charles Gray
PhD Candidate La Trobe UniversityMathematics and Statistics
City Melbourne Victoria Australia

Biographical Info

  • Interests: statistics, data science, tidyverse, R, meta-analysis, abstract algebra, mathematics
  • Contact method: Twitter
Updated 7 months ago. Return to top.

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City Melbourne Australia Website: GitHub

Biographical Info

  •  Interests: Computational Biology, Applied Statistics, Machine learning, R package development, Research Reproducibility
  • Contact method: Twitter
Updated 8 months ago. Return to top.

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Photo of Emily Kothe , PhD
Lecturer in Psychology – School of Psychology Deakin University
City Melbourne Australia Website: GitHub

Biographical Info

  • R-Packages: MAVIS
  • Interests: Open Data, Open Science, Meta-Analysis, Psychology
  • Contact method: Twitter
Updated 6 months ago. Return to top.
Photo of Stephanie Kovalchik
Data Scientist Institute of Sport, Exercise and Active LivingTennis Australia and Victoria University
City Melbourne Australia Website: http://on-the-t.com Website: GitHub

Biographical Info

  • Interests: Sports analytics, Machine learning, Data Visualisation, Forecasting
  • Contact method: Twitter
Updated 8 months ago. Return to top.

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Photo of Roxane Legaie , MS
Lead Clinical Bioinformatician – Pathology Department Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre
City Melbourne Australia Website: Women in STEMM Australia Website: GitHub

Biographical Info

  • Interests: Bioinformatics, Sequencing, Cancer genetics, Women in STEMM
  • Contact method: LinkedIn, Twitter
  • As the Lead Clinical Bioinformatician in the Pathology Department of the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, I work on improving bioinformatic processes for clinical use of Next Generation Sequencing. Prior to that, I was working at Monash Health where I established bioinformatic pipelines for clinical exomes and other NGS data such as RNAseq and ChIPseq. My passion for bringing personalized medicine into Human health care drives my commitment to ensure best practices are used through pipeline validation for NGS-based diagnostic tests.My passion for capoeira, a Brazilian martial art, has helped me gain confidence both personally and professionally; and I now aim at helping other women find their own. I have become an advocate for gender equality and a strong supporter of women in science, who I believe deserve to be recognized for all the hard work and talent they have brought, and continue to bring, to the exciting field that is science.
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Photo of Pooja Nambissan , MS
Informational Technology Monash University
City Melbourne Australia

Biographical Info

  • Interests: Open Data, Data Visualisation, Mining, Machine Learning
  • Contact method: Twitter
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Photo of Danielle Navarro
Associate Professor – Psychology University of New South Wales
City Sydney Australia Website: Research group Website: GitHub

Biographical Info

  • Interests: cognitive science, Bayesian statistics
  • Contact method: Twitter
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City West Melbourne Australia Website: GitHub

Biographical Info

  • Interests: My current research is in the area of cancer genomics. In particular, we are interested in finding suitable ways for combining genomic datasets coming from different research centres so to avoid that the signal of interest is confounded by batch effects. I am also generally interested into everything R related, in particular in data visualisation, social network analysis.
  • Contact method: Twitter
Updated 5 months ago. Return to top.

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City Melbourne Australia

Biographical Info

  • R-Groups: R-Ladies Melbourne organizing team
  • Interests: biomedicine, bioinformatics, statistics
  • Contact method: LinkedIn
Updated 7 months ago. Return to top.