Category Archives for Portfolio

Datasets for Building a Data Analysis Portfolio

I recently had the pleasure of attending the 2017 Association of Public Data Users (APDU) Conference. My favorite part of the conference was talking to people who work with federal data on a daily basis. Overall I found people to be passionate about their work and eager to share information about it. I know many of […]

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Upcoming Talk at the Bay Area R Users Group (BARUG)

Next Tuesday (August 8) I will be giving a talk at the Bay Area R Users Group (BARUG). The talk is titled Beyond Popularity: Monetizing R Packages. Here is an abstract of the talk: This talk will cover my initial foray into monetizing an open source R package. In 2015, a year after publishing the initial […]

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Workshop on Monetizing R Packages

Last week I gave a talk at the San Francisco EARL Conference about monetizing R packages. The talk was well received, so this Thursday at 9am PT I will be giving the same presentation as a live workshop. This workshop covers my initial foray into monetizing choroplethr, which occurred in 2015. You will learn: Why I […]

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Upcoming Talk on Monetizing R Packages

In early June I will be speaking at the San Francisco EARL Conference about my experience monetizing my own open source R packages. This is quite an exciting talk for me, as it will be the first time that I speak about this topic! If you will be at the conference, please contact me so we […]

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How to Reach More People with your Next Data Science Talk

Speaking publicly about your data science projects is one of the best things you can do for your portfolio. Writing your presentation will help you refine what your project is, who it is for, and how it relates to other work in the area. Giving your presentation at a live, in-person event will make a large impact on […]

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