My R Journey: Ryan Ames

When I came across Ryan Ames’ LinkedIn profile, I was struck by how similar his work is to my own. Based in Portland (like me), he works at the intersection of data science and program evaluation (the field I worked in prior to starting R for the Rest of Us). My curiosity piqued at seeing […]

My R Journey: Harkanwal Singh

Harkanwal Singh is a data visualisation programmer, currently working at Westpac NZ. Previously, he established and led the data journalism desk at the New Zealand Herald. He is passionate about visualisation as code. He programs in R, JavaScript and Python. He enjoys teaching data visualisation in his own time. He loves reading words and code, […]

My R Journey: Jon Harmon

Jon Harmon is one of the friendliest, most helpful people you’ll come across in the R community (and, in a community known for being incredibly welcoming, that’s saying something!). If you’re involved at all with the R for Data Science Online Learning Community, you’ve likely seen his posts. There, he tries to “pay it forward” […]

My R Journey: Thomas Mock

Thomas Mock is a Customer Success Representative at RStudio. He fell in love with R and data science through his PhD research, which he did in Neurobiology at the University of North Texas Health Science Center. Thomas is passionate about growing the R community, and founded #TidyTuesday to help newcomers and seasoned vets improve their […]

My R Journey: Sharla Gelfand

In choosing subjects for My R Journey interviews, I tend to stay away from statisticians. My mission with R for the Rest of Us is to demonstrate ways of using R that go beyond how many people expect R to be used (e.g. complex statistical models). But, if you know Sharla Gelfand, you know that […]

My R Journey: Alex Michel

Alex Michel recently graduated from the OHSU-PSU School of Public Health in Portland, Oregon with a Master of Public Health. She’s worked in science communication and science writing for about 10 years and hopes to continue to use R to improve public access and engagement with research. Why did you decide to learn R? I first […]