pmagunia

Data Visibility File size Owner Created
OpenIntro Statistics Dataset - yrbss_samp Public 7.62 KB pmagunia August 9, 2020
OpenIntro Statistics Dataset - yrbss Public 1.03 MB pmagunia August 9, 2020
OpenIntro Statistics Dataset - yawn Public 861 bytes pmagunia August 9, 2020
OpenIntro Statistics Dataset - xom Public 4.95 KB pmagunia August 9, 2020
OpenIntro Statistics Dataset - winery_cars Public 489 bytes pmagunia August 9, 2020
Output Visibility Created Authored by
Picostat Output - Bar Plot for One Variable Public August 15, 2021 pmagunia
Picostat Output - Boxplot Public August 8, 2021 pmagunia
Picostat Output - Numerical Summaries Public July 26, 2021 pmagunia
Picostat Output - Bar Plot for One Variable Public July 25, 2021 pmagunia
Picostat Output - Numerical Summaries Public July 25, 2021 pmagunia
Name License Quota Used Raw Usage (Bytes)
pmagunia Administrator 2 GB 118.89 MB 124668530
Biography
Hi, my name is Parag, and I live in the Philly suburbs of Pennsylvania.

Let me give a short history of how this site came about. I had the pleasure of having Mr. Sally (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Sally) as a calculus professor. This influenced my decision to study math in college; I majored in math at Fairmont State University. After graduating, I was faced with a decision to continue studying math at the graduate level or alter my course. I wasn't finding the career opportunities I was hoping for, so I switched over to statistics at West Virginia University where I completed a master of science in statistics. As a hobby, I picked up computer programming in the summer of 2007. My first domain was purchased and hosted at Yahoo. I was then at Pair Networks for awhile until finally switching over to AWS in 2012. I now work as a full-time Drupal programmer, but still love statistics. Picostat is my quest to combine the two.

One of my finest work was done for the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society who I am no longer contracted with. I created a geographic mapping application that displayed record locations at various places of interest on the New York state map. The records were articles relating to New York family history that users could search and pinpoint the location of. The site was created with Drupal and relied heavily on such modules as taxonomy, gmap, views, and many others. The society was kind enough to mention my name on the application homepage found here: https://labs.newyorkfamilyhistory.org/record-map-search.

I'm still programming in Drupal and am continually adding features to Picostat everyday. If you find any bugs or would like to see a feature implemented, please do not hesitate to contact me using the site's Contact form or the Quick Feedback buttons at the bottom of pages. I look forward to hearing from you!