Skills

R Programming

tidyverse + R Markdown

Data Visualisation

shiny + plotly + ggplot

Front End

CSS/HTML/JS

Bioinformatics

GWAS/QTL/GS

Maths & Stats

Mixed models + Experimental Design

Python

Rusty

Experience

 
 
 
 
 
January 2020 – Present
Melbourne, Australia

Lecturer

Monash University

 
 
 
 
 
January 2017 – December 2019
Sydney, Australia

Lecturer

The University of Sydney

 
 
 
 
 
January 2014 – January 2017
Wollongong, Australia

Research Fellow

University of Wollongong

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Recent Publications

The proportion of granule types in wheat starch is an important characteristic that can affect its functionality. It is widely accepted …

Genomic prediction accuracy within a large panel was found to be substantially higher than that previously observed in smaller …

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Plant breeding trials aim to identify new varieties or breeding lines with enhanced traits (e.g. yield) for use as parents or for …

Today almost all organizations and institutions would have a social media channel for marketing and communications. Social media use, …

Latent variable models (LVMs), including the special case of factor analysis when the responses are conditionally normally distributed, …

Linear mixed models are widely used across many disciplines due to its flexibility to model many complex data. The flexibility includes …

Data visualisation is an area in statistical research conferences that is underrepresented or lacking in discussion despite its …

Linear mixed models are widely used across many disciplines due to its flexibility to model many complex data. The flexibility includes …
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Making an interactive schedule heat map with interactive twitter card display.

Making hexagon stickers have become popular for R-packages with the range of packages associated with RStudio, such as ggplot2, knitr, …
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