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Hi there 👋


What I do 👩🏼‍💻

  • 🕊 Studying conflicts and development worldwide - I also teach courses in computational social sciences and peace and conflict studies at the university. You can find a repository with my teaching material 👩🏼‍🏫 and material for a ShinyApp that I created
  • 🔦 overviewR is a neat CRAN package that helps you to get a quick overview of your data
  • 🦠 Coro2vid-19 is a search engine that allows you to search > 20,000 scientific articles on coronaviruses for keywords, titles, and authors to discover relevant research in the field - you can try out the ShinyApp here
  • 🤖 Telegram bot that sends you flashcards every morning and evening in Telegram using Python and AWS Lambda
  • 👩🏼‍🎨 TidyTuesday is like a playground for me to try out something new
  • 👩🏼‍💻 Giving talks and workshops about ShinyApps, NLP, and package development

Where to find me 🌍


  1. Easily Extracting Information About Your Data

    R 15 3

  2. Search 20,000+ articles on coronavirus using our ShinyApp!


  3. 🤖 A simple telegram bot that sends locally stored images to a chat every day in the morning and in the evening

    Python 3

  4. Here is the code that I use to create the figures for TidyTuesday.

    HTML 1

  5. This repository contains material to build a ShinyApp, slides, as well as templates for simple ShinyApp using Shiny, shinydashboard, and echarts4r.

    R 7 3

  6. This repository contains the replication material used for the coding challenge at ZINDI to train an audio keyword spotter

    Jupyter Notebook

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