NOTE: I am now open for Casual Stats Consulting. A solution for those who don’t need a full on consulting statistician, but need a little bit of help.

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I am an avid lover of anything silly or statistical (especially if it’s both at once). I am currently a PhD student at Chapman University here in Southern California where I not only do research, but also teach some Introductory courses in R and Python.

My research is done with the Machine Learning and Assistive Technology Lab (MLAT), and focuses on applying statistical and Machine Learning techniques to Behavioral Data. See here for some selected works.

I also do a lot of statistical writing, both professionally and for fun. Check out the Writing page to see some of my work. If you’re in the mood for something silly, check out Everyone P-hacks or An Ode to Neural Networks and Their Layers.For somehting more serious, I recommend checking out the Crash Course Statistics videos I wrote, or this article on Hierarchical clustering I wrote for JMP Software. If you’re interested in hiring me, I’d love to write for you! You can contact me here.