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Rob McDonnell

I'm a manager of a data science team working in Ireland in the financial payments industry.

  • 🌱 I’m currently refining MLOps processes for data science tasks and learning about data science in the cloud.

Open-Source projects I've contributed to:

  • tidyRSS, an R package to get and parse RSS feeds
  • congressbr, an R package to parse Braziian legislative data. Also contains some utility functions for political science.

A couple of my toy projects:

  • Print an XKCD comic to the RStudio plot window with XKCDdata.
  • 🏉 rugger, and R package for rugby fans.

I also blog sometimes at www.robertmylesmcdonnell.com. My site is open-source, I developed it using Gatsby.js, you can see the source here.

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  1. tidyRSS Public

    An R package for extracting 'tidy' data frames from RSS, Atom, JSON and geoRSS feeds

    R 56 14

  2. R package to show dependencies like pip show

    R 7

  3. An R package that returns tidy data from the APIs of the Brazilian Federal Senate and Chamber of Deputies.

    R 36 6

  4. site Public

    Repo for my personal website. 👻

    JavaScript 6

  5. writeMDX Public

    writes RMarkdown (.Rmd) files to MDX (.mdx) format. Used for R ➡️ RMarkdown ➡️ Markdown ➡️ MDX ➡️ JS ➡️ Gatsby blog

    R 23 3

  6. An R package for extracting 'tidy' data frames from geoRSS feeds. Little brother of tidyRSS (https://github.com/RobertMyles/tidyRSS)

    R 1

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