We’re people who like stats and R and also things and stuff.
Studying at Uni Bremen, we realized that throwing code at data was a fun thing to do, and conveniently enough there seems to be a demand for that kind of thing.
While we’re finishing up our degrees, we dabble in a few projects here and there, and you might find them mentioned here.
Lukas has a blog with the things and the stuff going, but he’s still trying to convince Tobi that setting up a blog is a good idea.
Here’s a more-or-less complete list of our projects, both as a starting point for interested observers, and also as a reminder for ourselves so we don’t forget about something we meant to get back to. Looking at you, Zombology.
- R-Intro for psychology undergrads (German)
- Shiny app visualizing the principles of frequentist inference
While we’re on GitHub for our open source projects, we also host our own private git server on git.tadaa-data.de (via the wonderful gogs) for our more sensitive and non-public projects.
We also host our own LimeSurvey instance at survey.tadaa-data.de, and our website-analytics are powered by a self-hosted instance of Matomo (Piwik).
All of these tools help us to stay independent and keep data private, which is generally considered to be, you know, a good thing.