I am currently a graduate student in the Quantitative Psychology Ph.D. program at the University of Virginia. My primary advisor is Brian Nosek. I have my MA in Quantitative Psychology from the University of Notre Dame, while I was in their Joint Ph.D. program in Quantitative Psychology and Computer Science, working with Steven M. Boker. In May, I will be starting full-time as the co-director for the nonprofit I co-founded--the Center for Open Science; my emphasis will be leading the development of the Open Science Framework and overseeing direction of other technologies that the COS sponsors, as well as forging relationships in the open-source/open-science community and conducting meta-science (science of science) research.
I am a LIFE Fellow (more later).
Quantitative Psychology, May 2013
University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA
Masters of Arts
Quantitative Psychology, December 2007
University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN (advisor Steven M. Boker)
Thesis: Local Sequence Alignment as a Method to Detect Temporal Patterns in Behavioral Data
Bachelor of Science
Computer Science, Second Major: Psychology, Cum Laude, May 2004
University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN
Information about Nullshop can be found at http://bitbucket.org/jspies/nullshop/.
UVA Psyc 7765 - 001
Fundamentals of Statistical Computing for Behavioral and Social Scientists
Fall 2011 - PDF Format
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Introduction to R with Applications in Data Mining
Co-presented by Julian Karch
Open Science Collaboration
Brian Nosek (advisor), ...
These are people that I have the pleasure of collaborating with on a regular basis, but have not (yet) published with.
Yueqin (Jean) Hu,