Tables of USA COVID-19 Policy Orders (Webpage) - Github repo
Interactive web page created that shows COVID-19 Policy Orders data as of October 23, 2020 for USA states (first table) and counties (second tables) over time. Created for 2020 Rstudio Table Contest.
Timer for studying, exercising, or meditating. Created for personal use.
Simple redesign of indyhivtest.com to better inform persons living in Indianapolis on where they can get tested for HIV.
Interactive visualization on COVID-19 in USA implemented as an interactive web page.
-Interactive webpage here (open in Chrome browser)
Narrative visualization on impact of COVID-19 in Indiana (as of June 24, 2020) implemented as an interactive web page for CS498 Data Visualization at UIUC in Summer 2020.
-Interactive webpage here
Makes it easier for public health and public safety workers to get current location-specific/weather-specific SARS-CoV-2 airborne or surface decay estimates.
-Shiny app here
Better informs in-need homeless or unstably-housed individuals living in Indianapolis on resources available in their community. The prototype was created to show how publicly available resource data can be used with R shiny and to encourage others to develop similar applications for social good.
-Runner up in Rstudio's 2020 Shiny Contest.
-Shiny app here
Parents with control over their son or daughter’s Spotify accounts equipped with a simple tool to analyze trends in listening history and understand emotional content of the listening choices.
Web scraping from CDC public data tables to obtain opioid prescription rates data for past few years 2006-2017 at county and/or state level. Provided to public health partners in Indiana to support public health interventions.
Allows users to obtain latest weather forecast data for 1000 largest cities in the US. Makes use of the National Weather Service API.
Allows organizations with access to viral load results of people living with HIV to conduct analysis of community viral load.-Presented at 2018 Ryan White National Conference workshop.
Webpage hosted on Github Pages.
Built using lessons from freeCodeCamp.org.