I am a postdoctoral research associate in the department of Agronomy at Iowa State University in the Miguez's lab . My research interests lie in the area of on-farm research and crop production. I enjoy combining statistical analysis and data visualization to make outcomes accessible to a broader audience. For my postdoc, I work on a project titled “FACT: WebBased Dynamic Data-Analytics Framework for OnFarm Research Networks”.
In my spare time, I enjoy baking & cooking, spending time outdoors (walking, biking), making craft, and drawing.
PhD in Crop Production & Physiology, 2017 to 2020
Iowa State University & INRA France
Master's Degree in sustainable agriculture, 2012
Ecole Supérieure d'Agriculture (Angers, France)
En este taller, hablaremos sobre la visualización de datos. Se centra en la programación con R y especialmente el paquete ggplot2.
En este taller, hablaremos sobre el manejo de datos. Este taller se centra en la programación con R y especialmente el paquete dplyr.
In this workshop, we will talk about Data Visualization. This workshop is not focus on programmation but students would have a chance to make plots using the R package Esquisse (no coding experience required)
In this workshop, I will introduce some tips and tricks for building a CV with pagedown. This workshop is expected to be a hands-on workshop. Participants would have a chance to build their own “baby” resume.
A personal website is an incomparable platform for building your online profile and showcasing your amazing work (research or other interesting stuff). Blogdown is a popular R package developed for producing a static website from R Markdown documents. Even if you are currently using GitHub pages for your personal website, you might be interested in this talk after reading this post by Yihui. In this talk, we’ll introduce some tips and tricks for building a personal website with Blogdown based on our own experience. This talk is expected to be a hands-on workshop (something fun and meaningful to do during quarantine). Participants would have a chance to build their own “baby” website and deploy the website online with Netlify!
It would be helpful if you register a Netlify account and master some basics about GitHub and Markdown in advance. You can be even more prepared and start to work on your own website now by following this tutorial written by Annie. That’s how Anabelle created her own website!