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danielredondo/README.md

Hi there, I´m Daniel!


  • 🙋🏻‍♂️ I´m Daniel Redondo, mathematician (BSc, MSc), data scientist (MSc) and epidemiologist (MSc).

  • 💻 I’m a R-Shiny developer with focus on process automation, ETL, machine learning and data visualization.

  • 📦 R packages: creator of {rfutbin}, contributor in {KnowSeq}.

  • 🔭 I’m working on cancer research at the Biomedical Research Institute of Granada (ibs.GRANADA), studying the impact of socioeconomic inequalities in the geographic distribution of cancer in Spain.

  • 📚 You can find my scientific publications on this webpage.

  • 🔗 My personal webpage is danielredondo.com, where I write in Spanish about data visualization, football, web applications, maps...

  • 📫 You can find me on Twitter and LinkedIn.

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  1. 30 tipos de gráficos hechos con R, con datos y código reproducible.

    R 47 15

  2. R package to get prices and stats for FIFA Ultimate Team players in Futbin.

    R 9 2

  3. Tutorial para descargar datos del Instituto Nacional de Estadística (INE) con R.

    HTML 7 3

  4. KnowSeq R package

    R 5 2

  5. "Epidemiología y detección de biomarcadores en cáncer". Trabajo Fin de Máster del Máster Universitario Oficial en Ciencia de Datos e Ingeniería de Computadores de la Universidad de Granada.

    R 1

  6. Script reproducible en R para generar un mapa interactivo de privación en España, a nivel de sección censal.

    R 3 1

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