A React-based data visualization tool for exploring data from Statistipedia, a Wikipedia-like site for statistics. The tool allows users to explore data from the site and create visualizations of the data. The tool was built with React, Redux, and D3.js.
A React-based homepage with a unique design. On the desktop, it resembles a macOS interface; on mobile, it resembles a mobile app UI. Two custom React libraries were developed and published as open source—one built on top of React Router to handle nested history (used by the different windows and tabbed navigation) and one for creating custom audio players built with higher-order components used in the player for my created music.
An interactive web-based data visualization of New York City real estate prices using D3.js. Includes linking and brushing features created with DC.js and Crossfilter. The dataset was created using Python, Pandas, Numpy, and Scikit-learn.