I am actively working on several projects, and of course, have worked on nearly countless projects in the past. That said, you can think of this portion of the website as an “archive” of projects that I particularly enjoy, or projects that may be of interest to others.
Please feel free to read through any of the links below, or search through the links on the main tab, above.
The mathematics section includes several projects that were completed at Westfield State University while I was a mathematics major.
Geospatial Information Sciences
The GIS section includes projects from GIS classes taken at Westfield State University (WSU), The University of Texas at Dallas, and independent projects that were motivated from personal development and interest.
I mainly utilize Esri’s suite of GIS software, including: ArcGIS for Desktop 10.5, ArcGIS Pro, ArcGIS Online, and ArcCatalog 10.5. I also have experience in several web mapping applications, such as Google Maps API, CARTO, and Mapbox. Furthermore, I have experience working with Google Earth, mapping with the R programming language, and other open source software.
Programming & Scripting
I have been programming since 2014, mostly focusing on programming and scripting for GIS analysis applications. That said, I have other interests related to programming and enjoy writing scripts that are fun and/or potentially beneficial in terms of personal productivity.
In the programming section, you will find sample code and other information about most of the languages that I can program in:
- bs4 (Beautiful Soup)
- Graphical visualization
- Generation of planar graphs
- General and geospatial statistical analysis
- Data visualization
- Compiling notes, slideshow presentation, papers, etc.