I’m a PhD. in Psychology. My main focus is on the relationship between sensory and cognitive functioning in relation to aging, experimental and cognitive psychology.
This blog hosts things I’ve learned across my journey into the world of using programming to analyze and visualize data, as well as how e.g. use programming for creating psychology experiments, every day (boring tasks). That is, here you will find Python and R guides, how-tos, and tutorials.
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If you enjoy what I do here, you should definitely subscribe I typically, publish one post per week and the topics are often about Pandas, Seaborn, data wrangling, data cleaning, data visualization, and data analysis.