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πŸ‘‹ and welcome to my Github! My name is Francine, and I am data professional with a social science Ph.D. from Stanford University. I recently started a role as a Quantitative User Researcher at Mozilla. The work stored in the repos shows my ability to nimbly ingest, clean, and analyze a variety of datasets - geospatial, satellite imagery, text files, web-based, and structured census/survey - which is a result of my broad training in quantitative and qualitative data analysis. I have a passion for designing clear and compelling visualizations and maps.

Previously, I have worked as a Research Scientist at Intuit and the first GIS/Spatial Data Analyst for the Texas Democratic Party during the 2020 General Election cycle. Outside of work, I love spending time with my family, exercising, cooking vegan food, reading, and avidly following the NBA, especially the San Antonio Spurs and Denver Nuggets.

Quick Facts

  • πŸ”­ I defended my doctoral dissertation in August 2023.
  • πŸ’» I am currently using R Shiny to make a dashboard of neighborhood characteristics to help me find a new home in Denver.
  • 🌱 I am currently updating and refining my portfolio.
  • πŸ’¬ Ask me about: GIS, R, Data Visualization
  • πŸ˜„ Pronouns: she/her


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  2. social-life-of-neighborhoods social-life-of-neighborhoods Public

    Code to build the website tutorials for the Social Life of Neighborhoods course offered through Stanford's Sociology department in the spring quarter of 2021.


  3. soc176-data-processing soc176-data-processing Public

    Contains scripts used to prepare data for the course assignments in The Social Life of Neighborhoods, which was offered through the Stanford Sociology department in the spring 2021 quarter.


  4. Exercise Exercise Public

    Extract and process my fitness and workout data. Visualize data and track progress.


  5. blind_reviews blind_reviews Public

    contains scripts to scrape blind reviews and analyze.


  6. texas_megaregions texas_megaregions Public

    Analysis of Texas' major mega-regions: San Antonio-Austin and Dallas-Fort Worth