I am an Assistant Professor of Statistics at Cal Poly in beautiful San Luis Obispo, California. I teach statistics courses at a variety of levels, usually focused on or incorporating computing in R.
My current research interests are in developing R tools for education, applications in the the Digital Humanities, and methodologies for high-dimensional clustering
I am also a Certified RStudio Trainer; please contact me to inquire about availability and rates. I offer reduced and free rates for underserved communities, especially at the high school level.
My personal interests include travel, camping and backpacking, board games, and the San Jose Sharks.
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Click here for information and example materials from my courses, and a showcase of some exceptional student coursework.
Some fun activities from STAT 331: Statistical Computing with R
Here you will find brief descriptions of my various research projects, as well as a list of publications.
Differential Correlation Mining
I develop R packages for educational tools, and mini-packages to accompany reserach projects.
Lab Exercises for R beginners
I have been fortunate to advise many talented students at Cal Poly. Click here to see their amazing work.
Polish Social Networks by Kien Nguyen '19
Here you will find videos, slides, and posters from my conference presentations.
Introductory Statistics with R at rstudio::conf 2019
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