I’m a PhD candidate at Monash University and future faculty at University of Auckland. My research focuses on statistical computing and graphics, and data science. I translate research methodology into open source packages for . I have received the 2019 John Chambers Statistical Software Award from the ASA for developing the tsibble package. My thesis is “Tidy tools for supporting fluent workflow in temporal data analysis”, supervised by Di and Rob.
I’m an advocate for open and reproducible research. My research projects are structured in an opinionated way—an adapted form of research compendium.
Briefly speaking, I turn coffee (mostly flat white) into code.