About Me

I’m Dr. David Tabor, a data scientist and physics Ph.D. with extensive experience in numerical modeling and analysis of large data sets. In my seven years as a physics researcher at Northwestern University, I designed and managed the data collection system of a major experiment, developed an original model of a previously unquantified electromagnetic system, and wrote a Python simulation of molecular quantum state evolution. More details on these and other projects can be found on this website. My personal interests include Arduino programming and the application of machine learning to baseball sabermetrics.