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👋 G'day!

I'm a research software engineer at the Telethon Kids Institute, working with Nick Golding to improve data analysis with open source software.

  • 🛠️ I help maintain the greta software for statistical modelling
  • 🦠 I’m working on creating pipelines for disease modelling
  • 📖 I'm currently working on a book on Missing Data
  • 💬 Ask me about , Missing Data, and Longitudinal Data
  • 💻 Mostly program in R
  • 😄 Pronouns: He / Him


  1. Tidy data structures, summaries, and visualisations for missing data

    R 557 44

  2. Preliminary Exploratory Visualisation of Data

    R 382 45

  3. Rmarkdown for Scientists

    TeX 105 31

  4. BRowse Over Longitudinal Data Graphically and Analytically in R

    R 97 7

  5. Tools in R to make it easier to solve the Maximal Coverage Location Problem

    R 34 9

  6. Fast, tidy functions for mcmc diagnostics and summaries, built with data.table

    R 20 4

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Contribution activity

May 2021

Created 34 commits in 2 repositories

Created a pull request in greta-dev/greta that received 6 comments

Fix head and tail methods for greta arrays

This resolves #384. setup library(greta) #> #> Attaching package: 'greta' #> The following objects are masked from 'package:stats': #> #> binomia…

+86 −110 6 comments
Reviewed 2 pull requests in 1 repository

Created an issue in greta-dev/greta that received 7 comments

Resolve "FutureWarning" message perhaps via a different version of numpy

Currently in tests and during interactive use, greta will display something like: /home/rstudio/.local/share/r-miniconda/envs/r-reticulate/lib/pyth…


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