I'm Suzan, a Biochemical engineer by study with a large passion for continuously learning new skills, especially in the area of data analysis. I enjoy helping others discover the wonderous world of R programming, and want to help them get better by providing tutorials and workshops, which is partially why this blog exists.
I'm currently working as a consumer researcher, placing consumer studies, diving into data to understand how we can make products better for consumers, and translating those insights into technical requirements for our technologists to get to work with.
In my spare time, I love painting, reading fantasy/scifi books, making music and renovating my 1930's house.
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