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ninadicara/README.md

Hello!

I'm Nina (she/her), a PhD student at the University of Bristol.
My research is in the field of mental health data science, which uses data science methods to understand mental health better.

You'll find the work on my profile falls into three categories:

  • research software for running studies (usually in Python 🐍)
  • data analysis (usually in R 🏴‍☠️ )
  • manuscripts and reports (usually in .Rmd or LaTeX)

I also spend a lot of time working on repositories on my lab group's page, where you'll find more work on webapps, and with Data Ethics Club where you'll find our lovely community of ethics-inclined data people!

Please feel free to email me, find me on Twitter or have a look at my website.
💌 ninadicara@protonmail.com
🐦 @ninadicara
🌐 ninadicara.co.uk

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  1. An interactive dashboard template for an individual's Spotify listening data. Built with R Markdown, Plotly and flexdashboard.

    R 1

  2. A reading list and fortnightly discussion group designed to provoke discussion about ethical applications of, and processes for, data science.

    Python 53 9

  3. Mapping community support in Wales during the COVID-19 pandemic

    CSS 5

  4. A web platform and framework to manage an EMA study with Spotify and Twilio integration (in development)

    Python 2

  5. A simple package for developing a full dataset of track features from self-requested Spotify data 🌱

    Python

  6. 1
    # EMA Scheduler
    2
    The `ema_schedule` module defines a class that produces a schedule for EMA 'beeps' (survey time points). 
    3
    This version does not contain 'sense-checking' for the arguments inputs. 
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    5
    It expects start_time and end_time as floats that represent 24 hour time (i.e. `4.30pm` would be entered as `16.5`) 

660 contributions in the last year

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Contribution activity

January 2022

Created 19 commits in 1 repository
Opened 2 pull requests in 1 repository
very-good-science/data-ethics-club 2 merged
Reviewed 2 pull requests in 1 repository
very-good-science/data-ethics-club 2 pull requests

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