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jsugarelli/README.md

About me

I am an economist, self-taught programmer, BI lead, author, and R enthusiast. I enjoy programming, writing and teaching. Focus of my work is on making complex things more accessible.

My GitHub presence features the R packages I have developed over the last couple of years. They broadly fall into the following categories:

My blog

I run the Topics in R blog which I mainly use for announcements (new packages, articles, books) and which also feeds into RBloggers. Here are the most recent posts (at least the major ones):

Twitter

I try to keep away from social media (Github != social_media) to protect my time and be more productive, but I do use Twitter. If you want to receive the latest updates on my packages and learn about interesting things I come across, click @jsugarelli to follow.

Current projects

  • Writing an introductory microeconomics textbook (work in progress)
  • Giving lectures in economics at Hochschule München
  • Step: A simple, extendable, web-based programming language for beginners, written in PHP. With step-by-step exaplanation of program execution and support for multiple (natural) languages. Soon as a repo on GitHub.

Languages & Tools

Languages

Mainly
R SQL
but also from time to time
JavaScript Python PHP Perl C/C++

Generally, I like to try out new (or old?) things (ever written something in FORTH?)

Tools

For the tool freaks out there: My editor/IDE choice is quite language-dependent. I work mainly in R Studio (for R), Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio (for T-SQL), Heidi (for MySQL), and DBeaver (for Postgres and everything else). I also use Sublime Text (mainly for JavaScript, Perl and PHP code) as well as PyCharm (for Python). To organize everything I work with Microsoft To Do and Microsoft OneNote (my second brain, absolutely indispensable). And most importantly for efficiency and avoidance of frictions: I use the same tools at home and in my job.

Stats

GitHub stats

Pinned

  1. Comfortable search for R packages on CRAN, either directly from the R console or with an R Studio add-in

    R 40 3

  2. xplain Public

    A framework for providing interactive interpretations and explanations of statistical results

    R 25 3

  3. xmlconvert Public

    Comfortably converting XML documents to dataframes and vice versa

    R 19 6

  4. switchcase Public

    A simple and flexible switch-case construct for the R language

    R 2

  5. debugr Public

    Debug tool to watch objects/expressions while running an R script

    R 16 4

  6. flatxml Public

    Tools for working with XML files as R dataframes

    R 21 3

2 contributions in the last year

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December 2022

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