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I work at the Center for Learning and Memory at The University of Texas at Austin, using computational modeling and analysis of neuroimaging data to understand human memory.

I've developed a number of software packages for research:

  • WikiVector: Tools for quantifying conceptual knowledge based on Wikipedia entries.
  • Psifr: Analysis and visualization of free recall data.
  • CyMR: Computational modeling of free recall data.
  • PsiReact: Hierarchical Bayesian modeling of response time data.
  • Mindstorm: Advanced neuroimaging analysis.
  • Wiki2Vec: Modeling semantic similarity of well-known stimuli.
  • Aperture: Matlab toolbox for univariate and multivariate analysis of EEG data.

Pinned

  1. psireact Public

    Hierarchical Bayesian modeling of response time data.

    Jupyter Notebook 2

  2. Package for advanced neuroimaging analysis tools.

    Python

  3. psifr Public

    Psifr: Analysis and visualization of free recall data

    Python 6 2

  4. cymr Public

    Implementation of the CMR model using Cython.

    Python 2

  5. aperture Public

    Matlab toolbox for univariate and multivariate analysis of EEG data in the time and frequency domains

    MATLAB 15 3

  6. Tools for encoding Wikipedia articles as vectors.

    Python

1,383 contributions in the last year

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Activity overview
Contributed to prestonlab/tesser, vucml/cmr_cfr, mortonne/cymr and 5 other repositories

Contribution activity

October 2021

Created 1 repository
11 contributions in private repositories Oct 6 – Oct 7

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