I’m currently a Fellow at Insight Data Science. I have a background in the social and biological sciences, as well as statistics and programming in R and Python. For examples of my work, check out my blog or publications. You can also fork me on GitHub or connect on LinkedIn!
My academic research focused on the evolution and ecology of primates and parasites. Specific research topics included modeling the evolution of complex 3D shapes, quantifying the structure of primate social networks, characterizing the spatial scale of mosquito habitat preferences, and proving that tapeworms can kill monkeys. I’ve done some computer simulation-based statistical methods research and authored an R package for fitting Bayesian models of trait evolution.
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[Last updated: Oct 21, 2018]