My academic blog and portfolio.
I am currently studying an integrated MSc and PhD in Data Analytics and Society through @DataCDT, with @GeoDataScience at the University of Liverpool. My project title is “Improving the Geolocation of Emergency Service Response through Big Data”
In addition to my studies I am very fond of the Linux operating system, particularly the distribution I have been running for a while now; Manjaro, with the i3 window manager. At present I maintain a single Arch User Repository (AUR)
PKGBUILD for the git branch of the Next Browser and aim in the future to contribute more to various packages and other open source software. I have written an R package to share two R markdown templates I produced for assignments during my MSc based on LaTeX, found here. I am passionate about programming, particularly reproducible science and programming, I primarily use R but am becoming more proficient at Python. I aim to outline particular opinions of mine, and solutions to programmatic problems in my blog.
My text editor of choice is always neovim, my init.vim provides extentive tools allowing for IDE style features in both R and Python. This may be found along with my dotfiles here.
My full CV is available here. Given below is the transcript for my Geographic Data Science MSc, providing the grades achieved. Each module code provides a link to a github repository with my assessed work.
||Database and Information Systems
||Theorising Human Geography
||Population and Health Analysis and Projection
||Qualitative Research Methods
||Social Survey Analysis
||Web Mapping and Analysis
||Geographic Data Science