Data Sciences

I've recently gained an interest in using data science methods in my research in lithium sulfur batteries. We've used simple regression techniques thus far to make predictions regarding material composition and capacity. However I've been learning about different techniques in a Data Science Specialization offered by the John Hopkins University on Coursera.

I completed ten courses to achieve the Data Science Specialization certificate.

More fun though were the projects along the way, including a Shiny App to predict the next word in a sentence. It can be found here.

I also wrote another Shiny app to predict the petal width of an iris flower from a given data set. It can be found here.

Most of my code used in the course can me found on my github page.