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I am Evgeni Chasnovski, formally trained applied mathematician who since 2013 has experience of working as data scientist, machine learning engineer, and R/Python developer.

My interests are:

  • Analyzing real world data and building/shipping all kinds of mathematical models.
  • R/Python open source development (have authored 6 CRAN R packages).
  • Vim/Neovim/Lua.

I have a personal website, where you can find out more about me and my public writings: QuestionFlow.


  1. An R package for tidyverse-friendly statistical inference

    R 609 69

  2. pdqr Public

    Create, transform, and summarize custom random variables with distribution functions

    R 12 2

  3. ruler Public

    Tidy Data Validation Reports

    R 32 2

  4. Create, transform and summarize random variables in Python


  5. Ranking Methods for Competition Results

    R 17 3

  6. comperes Public

    Manage Competition Results

    R 6 2

686 contributions in the last year

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Activity overview
Contributed to echasnovski/randomvars, tidymodels/infer, echasnovski/dotfiles and 5 other repositories

Contribution activity

September 2021

Created 1 repository
Opened 1 pull request in 1 repository
kyazdani42/nvim-tree.lua 1 merged

Created an issue in kyazdani42/nvim-tree.lua that received 2 comments

Closing node does not work inside grouped empty directories

Executing 'close_node' on node inside directory which is a part of "empty group" leads to jump to the top of a tree. How to reproduce: Use the fol…

Opened 2 other issues in 2 repositories
58 contributions in private repositories Sep 2 – Sep 27

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