Creating long datasets from the wide format I often receive. Using dplyr, tidyr, purrr, and stringr.
I am a biostatistician with the Center for Innovative Design and Analysis and a research instructor in the Department of Biostatistics and Informatics at the Colorado School of Public Health, CU Anschutz.
My work is a mix of collaborative biostatistics, data science, and software development. I spend the majority of my time creating R packages based on novel methodology developed within our department. I also spend significant time researching, teaching, and implementing modern data science workflows (e.g. reproducible research, high-performance and cloud computing, statistical and machine learning). My core training and experience is as a traditional collaborative biostatistician.
This website is in minimum-viable-product form – more to come! Until then, follow the links under my picture for my publications, software, and other forms of web presence.
MS in Biostatistics, 2016
University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
BS in Sociology, 2008
University of Wisconsin - Madison