I'm a programmer analyst at Institute for Aging Research in Boston. Here, I'm working as as a member of the Biostats Core, under the leadership of my mentor, Dr. Tom Travison. I do a lot of programming and conceptual thinking everyday. Algorithm and workflow are my favorite topics while efficiency is my favorite word. I guess I might be a little nerdy but I'm trying to be an "awesome nerd".
(Picture from Julie Shiny Choi)
I am also the author of
ezsummary, a R package that aims to fulfill the gap between the summary output of
dplyr and something that can be printed directly on paper or on a webpage. You may also want to check out the github page for the dev version of that package.