Nick Strayer

I have used R and JavaScript in a variety of positions, including as a Journalist in the graphics department at the New York Times and as a 'Data Artist in Residence' at data visualization startup Conduce. Currently, I am a 5th year PhD Candidate in Biostatistics at Vanderbilt University focusing on network methods.


Stochastic Block Models with R: Statistically rigerous clusting with rigorous code

rstudio::conf 2020

Stochastic Block Models with R: Statistically rigerous clusting with rigorous code

January 31, 2020

Often a machine learning research project starts with brainstorming, continues to one-off scripts while an idea forms, and finally, a package is written to disseminate the product.