Projects

rrricanes

rrricanes is a more comprehensive dataset of Atlantic and Pacific cyclones but only those since 1998. It gives access to as-issued text products for past and current cyclones including forecast and structure data.

HURDAT

HURDAT is a dataset from the Hurricane Re-Analysis project. It contains storm data for hundreds of cyclones for storms that have developed in the northwestern hemisphere (Atlantic and Pacific) since 1851.

Backtesting Strategies

Book on backtesting strategies in R using blotter, quantstrat, FinancialInstruments, TTR packages.

sandbox

My coding playground. Python, R, SQL and bash scripts for code challenges and just general “what does this do?”

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The NCDC Storm Events database is a collection of three datasets of weather events for areas monitored by the National Weather Service. The dataset timeperiod begins in January, 1950 and ends, currently, June, 2018. There are three tables included in the database (the terms “database” and “tables” are used loosely here; they’re csv.gz files on a FTP server). details - A 51 x n dataset fatalities - A 11 x n dataset

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HURDAT v0.2.0 has recently been released in CRAN. The new release contains all tropical cyclones for the 2017 season, Atlantic and east Pacific basins.

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An interviewer recently commented about 50% of initial coding interviews failing what seemed to be very simple questions. I take a look at the questions and demonstrate the best way to answer them.

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I want to find the top 5 tags (by post count) on Stack Overflow and include the top 5 posts per tag by score. For this, I will use the Stack Exchange Data Explorer.

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Given Employee and Department tables, we are asked to JOIN the tables and bring the top three employees (no ties) of each department.

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Testimonials

Peter Haas

Tim is a dedicated, capable, and competent Information Management and Data Management professional. Tim has made considerable contributions to the way work is performed on our project. He has provided guidance on information workflows, clever solutions to information distribution problems, and effective training for the engineering team related to the overall work processes.

Tom Armstrong, Narrative1

Tim Trice’s work has been outstanding. He has excellent communication skills and his commitment to our project has been impressive, methodically solving several unexpected technical issues and ultimately achieving our goal. Tim is extremely diligent and persistent, and looks far and wide for solutions. In my experience, consultants like Tim are hard to find.

Donald Hatter, DRE Software

Mr. Trice has done a great job for us on several projects. He is very responsive. We literally consider him part of the team.

Josh Southern, Paradigm Shift Interactive

Tim has provided our company, Paradigm Shift Interactive, with excellent services. He completes his work on time and on budget, and has very competitive rates. I would highly recommend Tim, and plan on using him again in the future.

Kalie Spears

Tim is a hard worker, enjoys a challange and is willing to go the extra mile to get things done. It was a good opportunity to work with someone with so much dedication.

Open Design

Tim is a true professional web and code expert. He worked with me to understand what the code was doing and pointed me in the right direction on a number of other related issues with best practices. He never gave up or got frustrated with the challenge, and he worked overtime to help me meet my deadline. Great teacher, speaks people language, professional, and persistent.

Ritch Wingo

I have had the pleasure to work with Tim. He is a highly intelligent person. Tim shows a tremendous amount of pride in his work, and is always striving to do whatever it takes to make the company successful. Tim is always thinking outside the box to come up with different ways to streamline the processes. I would highly recommend Tim, because he is a True Professional.