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Teebusch/README.md

Hi there 👋

Here's some stuff I care about:

R Programming

Data Visualization

Learning new Technology

  • 🧮 I'm working through the book D3 for the impatient on ObservableHQ

  • 🌱 I’m learning Typescript and Svelte by building an online card game

  • 🌱 I'm learning three.js by following Bruno Simon's course.

Presentations & Publications

Contact me!

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  1. noah Public

    An R package for generating pseudonyms that are delightful and easy to remember. It creates adorable anonymous animals like the Likeable Leech and the Proud Chikadee.

    R 6

  2. mifa Public

    An R package providing multiple Imputation of covariance matrices in order to perform factor analysis.

    R 1

  3. An almost complete list of my presentations, lectures, and workshops with slides and such for some of them

    HTML

  4. park-vis Public

    assignments for data visualization course

    R 1

  5. r-intro Public

    A brief hands-on introduction to R with RStudio, the Tidyverse, and RMarkdown.

    R 2

  6. drugx Public

    Webapp built with R, Shiny, and golem to show data from a mock clinical study

    HTML

89 contributions in the last year

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Contribution activity

November 2022

Created 2 commits in 1 repository

Created a pull request in uio-carpentry/uio-carpentry.github.io that received 1 comment

fix(ui): Upcoming events are shown again.

fix(ui): Events are shown again. The problem was caused by a parsing error of event descriptions with links in it. As a quick fix, the event descri…

+17 −10 1 comment

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