Welcome to my William & Mary webpage! I am a Lecturer of Interdisciplinary Studies in the Data Science program, where the central focus of my research and teaching is upon geospatial human development processes. I teach two courses at William & Mary, Wicked Problems and Evolving Solutions (Human Development & Data Science), where I introduce students to interpreted programming languages (primarily R & LaTeX) as the means to describe, analyze, model, simulate and communicate the results from their exploratory investigations into the dimensions of global human development.

Contact Me:
Charles Center
William & Mary
P.O. Box 8795
Williamsburg, VA 23187-8795
tjfrazier@wm.edu

Office Hours: Fridays from 1 to 5PM

Teaching:
DATA 100 / COLL 100 - Wicked Problems
DATA 150 / COLL 150 - Evolving Solutions (Human Development & Data Science)

Resources:
Data Sources
Curated Literature
Learning R for Geospatial Data Science
Geospatial Data Science Groups

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