I am a Researcher at WorlpPop (University of Southampton), where I work on issues of interpolation, forecast and spatial modeling for predictive mapping applying Bayesian and ANN methods. I am also affiliated with the Centre d’Estudis Demographics (CED) at the Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona where I collaborate on issues of residential mobility and historical demography.
As an R enthusiast, this blog aims at sharing tips and insights on using R for Demographic analysis, data visualization, and research: feedback is very welcome!
In graphs and stuff you can find some examples of plotting techniques in R using various libraries.
Other things I do:
R-Ladies is dedicated to promote gender diversity in the R community worldwide. It’s a non-profit female centred community designed to develop R knowledge through social, collaborative learning and sharing, support women’s access to STEM careers, the Free Software Movement, and contributing to the global R community!
The Demotrends blog aims to connect population researchers across fields, institutions, and countries. You can get in touch with me or with any of my colleagues of Demotrends through my email or demotrends’ if you’d like to contribute with a feature. We’d love to hear from you!