Welcome to @ThatStatsGirl

ThatStatsGirl is a global network to connect those working on data to others in diverse fields. Chances are that the problems we are working on, and the technologies we end up using, are being used by others to solve myriad other problems. 

ThatStatsGirl brings in inter-disciplinary conversations on machine learning, data science, statistics, and mixed methods research with a broad audience so we all can learn and grow as stats, ML, or AI folks! 

Do you enjoy analyzing data - making meaning of numbers and text, to gain deep insights on a context? Above all, whatever your tool of choice, statistics/ML/datascience, ThatStatsGirl is here to ensure that YOU feel like you belong and to empower you to excel and break all the glass ceilings in STEM!


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So what does ThatStatsGirl founder, Dr. Sreyoshi work on?
Dr. Sreyoshi Bhaduri solves for challenges of the 21st century workforce - at the intersection of emerging technology, products, and people. She works extensively with AI/ML, predictive analytics, qualitative and mixed methods research, to understand data on, for, and by people at work. Recognizing the biases that researchers bring into their codes and algorithms, Sreyoshi uses her work to emphasize inclusive and ethical mixed-methods research to answer questions and glean actionable insights to drive decision-making. 

Sreyoshi is passionate about AI, Engineering Education, Workforce Development, Research and Evaluation Strategies,  Broadening Participation in STEM, and most importantly - making the world a better place!

READ THIS BOOK | Spotlight - Jada Saves The Day
Jada Saves the Day tells the story of a young girl, Jada, in love with robots and programming. This delightful children’s tale shares Jada’s friendship with her brother’s team, her discovery of the deceptive plot, her empowerment through her programming education, and her resulting belief in herself as a cybersecurity ‘superstar’. ‘Jada’ is intended for both young readers and parents and teachers in a ‘read to me’ format. ‘Jada’ invites young learners to explore the fun and exciting world of STEM in their own lives.
Jada was developed by Kayli Battel - a mentee of ThatStatsGirl, and the book has contributions by Dr. Sreyoshi Bhaduri, founder of ThatStatsGirl. Proceeds from sale of the book will be used for STEM awareness workshops for young children.

Jada is a little girl who loves programming - and robots! Now, Jada gets to go to the “Extraordinary Engineering Extravaganza” robotics competition with her big brother Damien and his friends on the Blue Team. But Jada uncovers a sinister plot: the rival Red Team plans to stop the Blue Team with a bad computer virus. 

With her amazing programming skills, Jada races to fix their robot in time for the Blue Team’s final race.

Can Jada save the day?
Order your copy of Jada Saves The Day on Amazon today!