I’m the Chief Data Science and Technology Officer at the Institute for Quantitative Social Science at Harvard University. My career journey has included research in astrophysics, design of software for astronomical observations, development of learning and data management systems for education and biotechnologies, and now creating research applications for data sharing and analysis.
What am I currently interested in? Open science to facilitate access and reuse of research data and analysis, build software to improve scientific outcomes, and establish multidisciplinary collaborations with the aid of technology and a human touch.
Tweets from @mercecrosas
Feel the FORCE(11): An Interview with Cameron Neylon t.co/g4V4iBl8Dq via @scholarlykitchn
“The Unexpected Effectiveness of Python in Science”—slides of @jakevdp's #PyCon2017 keynote—can't wait for the vid! t.co/GtBM8wSuXn
Those who find North Korea on a map are likelier to prefer diplomacy
Map shows where Americans think the country is… t.co/JoCCBeCV5b