During my dissertation, I took a break from some of my coding projects. However, I still consistently code in Python. Unfortunately, my github profile is currently a mess and desperately needs some maintenance. However, here are a couple of links to my more significant (and organized) coding project (all on github).
My “Google Summer of Code” project consisted of implementing, testing and documenting an empirical likelihood sub-package to be included in the Statsmodels package. This was probably the most valuable coding experience as I not only learned the “ins and outs” of Python but also good coding practices.
This is a package designed to implement and solve “Net-Form Games.” A lot of my work in this package involved maintenance, performance improvements and refactoring.
This is what I was working on when I should have been working on my dissertation. It is basically the start of a project aimed at baseball analytics. The basic modules of this package scrape the Internet for data and also implement a simple GUI for comparing players. This is a fun project but it did get me very comfortable with web scraping and gui development.