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I'm Simon (he/him), an R developer and statistics student. I'm currently an NSF Graduate Research Fellow at Johns Hopkins working on a PhD in Biostatistics.

🐛 Software

I work on software for statistical modeling (formerly at RStudio) and co-author and -maintain some R packages such as:

🦆 Research

My research is in privacy-preserving data analysis. Source code for some of my papers can be found here:

I also really value social-technical research, and have written a bit about R, differential privacy, and social inequality:

🐥 Say hi!

If you're interested in trainings/workshops about R, the tidyverse, or tidymodels, please get in touch! I'm an rstudio-certified tidyverse trainer.

Please feel to reach out by email or by twitter @simonpcouch! I've written a bit more about what I work on on my website and my blog.

If you'd like to support my blog and/or maintenance on {broom}, {infer}, and {stacks}, you can buy me a coffee.


  1. Convert statistical analysis objects from R into tidy format

    R 1.2k 287

  2. An R package for tidyverse-friendly statistical inference

    R 621 70

  3. An R package for tidy stacked ensemble modeling

    R 225 16

  4. An R package to generate `nycflights13`-like air travel data🛩️

    R 28 5

  5. gbfs Public

    An R package to interface with bikeshare data!

    R 28 4

  6. Power analyses for "Differentially Private Nonparametric Hypothesis Testing" (2019, ACM CCS)


1,394 contributions in the last year

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Contribution activity

October 2021

Created 3 commits in 1 repository
Opened 1 pull request in 1 repository
tidymodels/broom 1 open
38 contributions in private repositories Oct 3 – Oct 20

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