MTV’s reality dating show Are You The One combines 10 guys and 10 gals whose “scientifically determined” hetero love-match sits across from them — without either party of the matches knowing the identity of their match. Each week the contestants pair up at the end of the episode and the total correct number of matches . . . → Read More: Are You The Data?
I have recently pushed a large amount of my code to GitHub. This includes tools I’ve written for machine learning, neuroscience analytics/modeling, and business intelligence. Specifically, the code is primarily in Python, and spans analysis of geospatial data using kmeans clustering, models of acoustic representation, and some databasing tools for monitoring the Amazon marketplace.
Access the . . . → Read More: I’ve gone open source
For the last 7 weeks, I’ve had the great pleasure of being a Fellow at Insight Data Science. It has been an immersive experience, exposing me to many exciting features and opportunities in the world of data. My project while at Insight was a tool called As The Drone Flies, a web app for . . . → Read More: Insight
You already probably know that there are two things I like most: mountains of data, and throwing down on the dance floor. My dream jam will be coming to full fruition on October 17th, when New York City’s The Stand is happening for its 3rd consecutive year.
As the Dancer Relations Director of The Stand, I’ve . . . → Read More: The Stand: New York City’s Dance Marathon: What I’m doing and how you can help
I recently played drums for the album Confession by Mary’s Roommate, written by NYC Poverty Justice Fellow David Billingsley. Check it out:
We are performing the album tonight at Bestbar on W 41st St . . . → Read More: Mary’s Roommate Album: Confession
I am excited to join the Executive Committee of The Stand – New York City’s Dance Marathon! As the Dancer Relations Director, my goals are to catalyze a useful dialogue between all members of the organization, from dancers and miracle families to donors and committee members. I use state of the art analytics to drive understanding . . . → Read More: The Stand 2015: Join the Team
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A rock band from Brooklyn began a couple years ago when David Billingsley wanted a more alternative/grungy sound. He split off from the nerd-funk quintet Space Clamps, to form Mary’s Roommate. After an initial line-up re-arrangement, he recruited me to play drums, Richard Brown (drummer from Space Clamps) to play bass, and Lawrence De . . . → Read More: Mary’s Roommate Album: Useless!