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Hi! I'm an economist and data scientist based in the Chicago-area, but most of the projects on this Github don't have much to do with either. It has some statistics projects but it also just has a lot of for-fun programming projects:

  1. SLOBIL. A programming language I wrote on the bus to work from circa 2018-2019 to present that I made the mistake of actually using so it has gotten seriously out of hand for a hobbyist language. It has a command-like, TCL-ish syntax with a heavy focus on being easy to use interactively (i.e. from the REPL). Many "programs" in the language are just collections of operators you can use in the REPL.

  2. ArticleML. A markup language for writing research articles with math for the web. It includes a simple language for writing math, references, a citation system, and other niceties for writing articles on the internet.

  3. Leas. A flexible interactive command-line program for managing personal finances. It is extensible with Guile, a dialect of Scheme/Lisp, which you can use to do things like update the value of your mutual fund holdings, etc.

  4. genvar. An R package that lets you use clean data, etc, in a more "imperative" way, ala Stata.

  5. subtitle_er. A python script to create MPlayer-compatible subtitle files from video using OpenAI's whisper package.


  1. genvar genvar Public

    An R package implementing an imperative data manipulation and regression framework (Stata-like)

    R 4 1

  2. ArticleML ArticleML Public

    ArticleML is a markup language for writing research articles that include math for the web.


  3. leas leas Public

    the Little Extensible Accounting System - an extensible tool to keep personal accounts in order and to study past spending habits


  4. slobil slobil Public

    SLOBIL is a slot-object based interactive programming language

    C 7

  5. pushmac pushmac Public

    stack-based macro language


  6. subtitle_er subtitle_er Public

    Generates automated subtitles for a video file using OpenAI's whisper in mpsub format (mplayer).