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djaso@usfca.edu

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Daniel Jaso

SKILLS

Programming Languages: R, Python, Java, Tableau, Thunkable Web Frameworks: CSS, HTML, Javascript, Databases: MySQL, PostgreSQL Tools: Git, Slack Interests: Big Data, Natural Language Processing, Data Visualization

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Data Scientist at Learnetic Latin America since January 2015

ROLES AND RESPONSABILITIES

I have experience in designing and building reporting solutions using Tableau technology (Desktop, Server

and Online). Developed reports using Tableau Desktop. Experience assisting customers in defining, designing,

configuring, publishing and administering the reporting solutions since Tableau. My communication skills were very important for a clear definition of the BI reports that customers

requested. Troubleshooting ongoing report issues in Tableau, is a common task under my responsibility which I manage

always to provide the solution on time and under pressure. Webex meetings with teammates and customers to define requirements with accuracy, where customers

require many changes in each Key Performance Indicator (KPI) Each customer is unique and it was my duty to research about their business responsibilities and provide reports and online dashboards that will support their decision-making with hidden data about their business.

PROJECTS

1) Performance Of Education Model o https://public.tableau.com/profile/daniel.jaso2366#!/vizhome/Taller_Estilos_Aprendizaje/Dashboard Description: The Ministry of Education in Mexico requested us to implement interactive dashboards as an

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educational approach that aims to customize learning for each student’s strengths, needs, skills and interests. Our job

was to provide with specific data extracted from databased answers from millions of students.

  • Extraction and cleanup of data using MySQL

  • Interactive dashboard using Tableau in order to monitor the students and teachers’ performance.

  • Design and development of KPI (Key Performance Indicator)

2) Mexico’s Sentiment Analysis on Presidential Election 2018

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Description: Mexican Politicians prior to the 2018 Presidential Election in Mexico wanted to identify the political

perception of the Mexican Population not through traditional polls but through the use of social networks about the Presidential Candidates. Our job was to provide the political perception (Sentiment Analysis) from the Mexican population conversations on Twitter. This data analytics allowed the politicians to make decisions based on the political perception to analyze and to establish a more direct and interactive communication between the candidate and citizens

  • Extraction and cleanup of data using R

  • Usage of TwitteR and syuzhet library in order to extract data and perform a sentiment analysis of Tweets prior to 2018 Mexico’s President Election

  • Design and development of KPI in order to perform sentiment analysis by date, OS, and usage of a heat map using Tableau

3) UC College Wages analysis (in collaboration with Kian Sheik and Haiyu Liu)

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Description: This project was a school project for statistics with application course, where we collected data from the university colleges of California where our goal was to perform inferences between each department in order to find which departments make more money and to find the expected salary wages.

  • Data scrapping and clean up of data using R

  • Usage of Method of Moment (MME) and Most Likelihood Estimators (MLE) in order to identify the distribution of the wages for each department.

  • Hypothesis testing that help us identify if our estimators were accurate.

  • Cross Validation in order to check if our estimators were overfitting the data.

OTHER PROJECTS

I am currently a Teacher Assistant for CS-107 Computing, Mobile Apps and the Web at USF. This course provides an exposure of basic computer science knowledge with Thunkable, which is an open source programming language that creates mobile applications in real time. Thunkable provides the opportunity to share your projects to anyone since it is a cross platform for both IOS and Android devices. Here are some quick demos of the concepts taught in this class:

ACHIEVEMENTS

2018 - Stanford ICME Fundamentals of Data Science Workshops. here

2018 - Phi Mu Epsilon which is the national undergraduate honor society in mathematics. here

2017 - University of San Francisco Dean’s Award from (3.5 GPA or above).

2016 - Arizona State University Dean’s Award from (3.5 GPA or above).

2015 - Recommendation Letter from NBA as a student athlete in the USA.

2012 - Drafted for the Top-100 NBA U17 Americas basketball players at the NBA Basketball Without Borders Camp (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil).

EDUCATION

I started college at Arizona State University until my sophomore year and then transfer out to University of San Francisco in order to achieve a more successful professional development.

• 3) UC College Wages analysis (in collaboration with Kian Sheik and Haiyu Liu) o <ahttps://github.com/danjaso14/UC_Wages/blob/master/UC_wagesAnalysis.pdf o Description: This project was a school project for statistics with application course, where we collected data from the university colleges of California where our goal was to perform inferences between each department in order to find which departments make more money and to find the expected salary wages. ▪ Data scrapping and clean up of data using R ▪ Usage of Method of Moment (MME) and Most Likelihood Estimators (MLE) in order to identify the distribution of the wages for each department. ▪ Hypothesis testing that help us identify if our estimators were accurate. ▪ Cross Validation in order to check if our estimators were overfitting the data. OTHER PROJECTS I am currently a Teacher Assistant for CS-107 Computing, Mobile Apps and the Web at USF. This course provides an exposure of basic computer science knowledge with Thunkable, which is an open source programming language that creates mobile applications in real time. Thunkable provides the opportunity to share your projects to anyone since it is a cross platform for both IOS and Android devices. Here are some quick demos of the concepts taught in this class: Thunkable Portfolio ACHIEVEMENTS • 2018 - Stanford ICME Fundamentals of Data Science Workshops. here • 2018 - Phi Mu Epsilon which is the national undergraduate honor society in mathematics. here • 2017 - University of San Francisco Dean’s Award from (3.5 GPA or above). • 2016 - Arizona State University Dean’s Award from (3.5 GPA or above). • 2015 - Recommendation Letter from NBA as a student athlete in the USA. • 2012 - Drafted for the Top-100 NBA U17 Americas basketball players at the NBA Basketball Without Borders Camp (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil). EDUCATION I started college at Arizona State University until my sophomore year and then transfer out to University of San Francisco in order to achieve a more successful professional development. B.S. Data Science University of San Francisco May 2019 Data Structures and Algorithms Linear Algebra Probability with Applications Statistics with Applications Linear Regression " id="pdf-obj-1-85" src="pdf-obj-1-85.jpg">

B.S. Data Science

University of San Francisco

May 2019

• 3) UC College Wages analysis (in collaboration with Kian Sheik and Haiyu Liu) o <ahttps://github.com/danjaso14/UC_Wages/blob/master/UC_wagesAnalysis.pdf o Description: This project was a school project for statistics with application course, where we collected data from the university colleges of California where our goal was to perform inferences between each department in order to find which departments make more money and to find the expected salary wages. ▪ Data scrapping and clean up of data using R ▪ Usage of Method of Moment (MME) and Most Likelihood Estimators (MLE) in order to identify the distribution of the wages for each department. ▪ Hypothesis testing that help us identify if our estimators were accurate. ▪ Cross Validation in order to check if our estimators were overfitting the data. OTHER PROJECTS I am currently a Teacher Assistant for CS-107 Computing, Mobile Apps and the Web at USF. This course provides an exposure of basic computer science knowledge with Thunkable, which is an open source programming language that creates mobile applications in real time. Thunkable provides the opportunity to share your projects to anyone since it is a cross platform for both IOS and Android devices. Here are some quick demos of the concepts taught in this class: Thunkable Portfolio ACHIEVEMENTS • 2018 - Stanford ICME Fundamentals of Data Science Workshops. here • 2018 - Phi Mu Epsilon which is the national undergraduate honor society in mathematics. here • 2017 - University of San Francisco Dean’s Award from (3.5 GPA or above). • 2016 - Arizona State University Dean’s Award from (3.5 GPA or above). • 2015 - Recommendation Letter from NBA as a student athlete in the USA. • 2012 - Drafted for the Top-100 NBA U17 Americas basketball players at the NBA Basketball Without Borders Camp (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil). EDUCATION I started college at Arizona State University until my sophomore year and then transfer out to University of San Francisco in order to achieve a more successful professional development. B.S. Data Science University of San Francisco May 2019 Data Structures and Algorithms Linear Algebra Probability with Applications Statistics with Applications Linear Regression " id="pdf-obj-1-95" src="pdf-obj-1-95.jpg">

Data Structures and Algorithms

Linear Algebra
Linear Algebra

Probability with Applications

Statistics with Applications

Linear Regression
Linear Regression