I am a civil engineer and social scientist with a PhD in business. For my day job, I manage the data science team at a regional water utility in Australia. My task is to create value by creating useful, sound and aesthetic data products.
On this blog, I share my experiments in the R language. Most posts are solutions to Project Euler problems. I also share miscellaneous debris with bits of code purely for fun. Lastly, I like to develop more R code for water utilities or hydroinformatics. My end-goal is to write a book about data science for water utilities using R.
Data Science Publications by Peter Prevos
Prevos, P. (2017). Lifting the ‘Big Data’ Veil. Creating Value through Applied Data Science. Water E-Journal, 2(1), 1–5. DOI 10.21139/wej.2017.008.
Prevos, P. (2016). Health-Based Targets Performance Reporting: Using Virtual SCADA Tags to Facilitate Data Analysis. OzWater. Melbourne: Australian Water Association.
Prevos, P. (2015). Visualising Water Quality: A Graphical Index for Drinking Water System Performance. OzWater. Adelaide: Australian Water Association.
Prevos, P., & Sheehan, D. (2015). Health-Based Targets Performance Reporting. Water, 42(7), 64–66.
Water utilities ready for next wave of SCADA data analysis (2016), interview with Australian Water Association.