Emily Halford Data Science & Mental Health Expert

Emily is a data analyst working in psychiatric epidemiology in New York City. She is a suicide-prevention professional who is enthusiastic about taking a data-driven approach to the mental health field. Emily holds a Master of Public Health from Columbia University.

 
Scraping Data from Wikipedia Tables

Scraping Data from Wikipedia Tables

A few weeks ago, I wrote an article using historical population data from numerous US cities.

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Data Storytelling with Population Visualizations

Data Storytelling with Population Visualizations

One of the first things I wanted to do after receiving my COVID-19 vaccination was to visit a museum (with masks and social distancing, of course), and my first such visit was to The Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, Texas.

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Life as a Data Analyst in a Research Organization

Life as a Data Analyst in a Research Organization

There are so many articles and social media posts out there attempting to define the difference between data analyst and data scientist roles, a goal that I’ve never quite understood.

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End to End Shiny App Tutorial Using NYC Mortality Data

End to End Shiny App Tutorial Using NYC Mortality Data

Shiny is used by many data scientists and data analysts to create interactive visualizations and web applications.

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