Hi, welcome to my site.

I use this site to blog about interesting/fun statistical methods and algorithms. It's basically a dump of my experiments in varying stages of maturity. Most of my implementations are loosely related to Bayesian Statistics. Everything just made sense when I discovered it.

Things I love: learning, big cookups with my wife, long conversations with my daughter, being outside, good beer with friends, squash, puzzles, CS, statistics, machine learning, Avatar the Last Airbender, Star `[a-zA-Z]{4}$`, and development economics.

I work at QuantumBlack as a data scientist. Previously, I worked at the Center for International Development at Harvard as a Growth Lab Fellow where I worked on economic complexity and diversification. I have worked in International Development (Ghana, PNG, Uganda, and India mainly) for many years and I hope to someday go back to it.

I am a graduate of the MPA/ID program at Harvard Kennedy School where I studied Development Economics, Econometrics, and Data Science. I studied Electric Engineering at University of Melbourne as an undergrad and I'm working hard to remember all the stuff I learnt.

Any opinions presented here are entirely mine and do not represent the views of my employer.

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