STAT 220 R labs
STAT 336: Data Communication and Visualization
R Syntax Comparison Cheatsheet
List of student-authored Wikipedia pages
profiled by AmstatNews for their "Celebrating Women in Statistics" feature.
Aran Lunzer and I wrote about histograms was mentioned in
The Data Science Roundup
Nathan Yau of
the histogram essay.
Emily Kund of the
Tableau Wannabe Podcast
my OpenVisConf talk, How Spatial Polygons Shape Our World.
I am occasionally mentioned in the Smith College "People News." For example, my participation in the
Youth, Learning, and Data Science Summit
Women in Statistics and Data Science Conference
(San Diego) and the
Women in Data Science Conference
(Boston) have recieved writeups.
Roger Peng had me on
Not So Standard Deviations
as a guest for a special podcast episode.
The American Statistical Associated interviewed me for
Who inspires you?
, in AmstatNews.
David Robinson mentioned me several times in his post
useR and JSM 2016 conferences: a story in tweets
Robert Kosara wrote about my talk in his
OpenVisConf summary blog
Siena Duplan mentioned me in her post on
10 takeways from 22 data visualization practitioners at #OpenVisConf
I was quoted in the KCET article on
Introduction to Data Science: An Authentic Approach to 21st Century Learning
My work was mentioned in this blog post about
by Rob Gould.
I appear briefly in this
about the rOpenSci Hackathon.
Macalester College recorded video interviews with me several times, about
Pursuing a PhD in the sciences
and how to
Prepare for the unpredictable
Macalester College published a profile of
me and my undergraduate research
in Macalester Today.