Hi, I’m Earo. I’m currently doing my Ph.D. on statistical visualisation of temporal-context data at Monash University. I’m also #rstats user and developer. I love lightweight and elegant tools, for example, rmarkdown just works as a swiss army knife that powers my posts, slides & research papers.
wang::earo %>% sample_n(size = 1) %>% glimpse() #> Observations: 1 #> Variables: 2 #> $ fav_author <chr> "太宰 治 Osamu Dazai" #> $ fav_book <chr> "お伽草紙 Fairy Tales"
BComm (Hons) in Econometrics
I’m a teaching associate for the following units at Monash University since 2014:
Methods for detecting anomalous time series in feature space.
Methods for analysing and forecasting hierarchical and grouped time series.
Easily insert web icons into RMarkdown.
Provides API to Melbourne pedestrian data in tidy data form.
Provides ‘ggplot2’ graphics for analysing time series data.
Tidy temporal data frames and tools.
Point & Shoot