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I'm a data scientist based in Sydney, Australia. I currently work in the renewable energy sector, but have experience in research, teaching, and consulting in various fields including data science, coastal engineering, and climate science. I'm fascinated with the natural and engineered world, and how data science can be used to solve problems in these domains. I also enjoy developing open-source, educational data science material. Here's some material I've come up with so far:

At present, my main interests are:

  • 📊 Data science
  • ♻️ Reproducibility & open-source
  • ☀️ Renewable energy
  • :bowtie: Bow ties


  1. Open source book about making Python packages.

    Jupyter Notebook 131 26

  2. Cookiecutter template for a simple jupyter book

    TeX 77 28

  3. A collection of tutorials for different machine learning tasks

    Jupyter Notebook 15 8

  4. pybeach Public

    A Python package for locating the dune toe on cross-shore beach profile transects.

    Jupyter Notebook 10 8

  5. Python tool for working with the NOAA NOS Web Camera Applications Testbed (WebCAT)

    Jupyter Notebook 3 1

  6. 1
    # The Fork & Pull Workflow
    The fork and pull workflow is necessary for effectively and efficiently contributing to and collaborating on open-source work. This gist describes the workflow for contributing to an open-source project for which you don't have write access. It is an adaptation from a post on my [website here](
    - [The Short Version](#1)

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Contribution activity

May 2022

Opened 1 pull request in 1 repository
1 contribution in private repositories May 24

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