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Hi, I'm Bhihsan 👋 I'm a 🚀 Data Scientist 🚀 I have a Ph.D in Physics.





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✱ I have Masters and Ph.D degree in AstroPhysics from Ohio University USA.
✱ As a masters student in 2014, I designed and maintained astronomical image processing module jedisim.
✱ This project taught me the concepts of OOP, GitHub version control, continuous integration, unit testing, code debugging, documentation (sphinx and readthedocs) and various other software development skills.

✱ During my 6 years of Masters + Ph.D. program and doing multiple MOOC courses, to facilitate my day-to-day data science tasks, I developed my own python package (bp).
✱ This module extends pandas API and includes extensive visualization snippets, data analysis, machine learning, statistical tests and timeseries methods.

✱ I'm a passionate learner who's always willing to learn and work across technologies and domains 💡.
✱ I love to explore new technologies and leverage them to solve real-life problems . I used latest methods to achieve the 12th rank on Analytics Vidhya Sentiment Analysis Proect among thousands of participants.


  1. My public website:


  2. My Personal Python Module: A place to learn Software design, Travis CI integration, ReadTheDocs integration, Docker containers, Nbviewer rendering, Binder integration, Unit testing, OOP, git-hooks

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  3. The image simulation program


  4. Jupyter Notebook 1

  5. The course I took in Udemy: The Complete SQL Bootcamp


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