Hometown: Seattle, WA
November 15, 2013
I'm collecting motor timing data, and I'm interested in different approaches to analyzing it. So far I've mostly used very traditional social science data analysis methods (factor analysis, regression, analysis of variance, etc.) with SPSS, but I've also done some programming to clean and simplify larger data sets before feeding them into SPSS, and I have spent a little time with more specialized software HLM and SEM. I'm looking for projects that would use open social data to answer psychological questions, so I've played with Amazon Web Services, the Twitter API, and Python.
I'm a psychology Ph.D student based at the University of New Mexico but living in NYC. I'm developing CS and statistical skills for post-academic work.