James Attwood

James Attwood

Data Scientist


Welcome to StatCityPro. I am James Attwood, a data scientist based in Santiago de Chile.

I am motivated and passionate about understanding data to reveal information that can help in the making of better decisions. I work in R and Python, and I speak English and Spanish. I am highly skilled in techniques of data preprocessing, modeling, and visualization.

I am currently looking for new employment opportunities. If you feel that my skills are of interest or you would like more information, you can download my CV and examples of my work in my linktree.


  • Machine Learning
  • Fourth Industrial Revolution
  • Smart Cities
  • Data Analysis
  • Data Visualisation
  • Urbanism


  • Diploma - Data Science, 2021

    Universidad de Santiago de Chile (USACH)

  • MSc in Spatial Planning, 2017

    Oxford Brookes University

  • BA Geography, 2014

    Lancaster University



Data Analyst

Servicio Jesuita a Migrantes

Jan 2021 – Present Santiago de Chile

English Teacher

Dynamic English

Jun 2018 – Present Santiago de Chile

Town Planner

Adams Hendry Consulting Limited

Jun 2015 – Jun 2018 Winchester, UK


Data Visualisation

Data Cleaning


Data modeling

Recent Posts

Cohort Component Method Chile 2017-2022

The following link provides access to an Excel spreadsheet with details of recent work into using the Cohort Component Method to predicted how the Chilean population would have and will continue to increase from 2017 to 2022.

Immigration - Where do they live? - Part 2

This publication follows on from a previous post and looks to build a machine learning classification model to predict if an immigrant that arrived to Santiago de Chile in 2019 lived in the Eastern Sector of the city upon arrival.

Covid 19 - Cases and Exams - Santigo de Chile

Currently there is a lot of conversation about when and how deconfinement can begin in Santiago de Chile. As already mentioned in a previous post on mobility, five communes in the the conurbation of Santiago and two more in the Metropolitan Region began phase two of the deconfinement plan Paso a Paso on the 28th July 2020.

Covid 19 - Mapping Cases - Santiago

After the arrival of Covid 19 to Chile on the 3rd March 2020, the virus has spread throughout the country. Nonetheless the capital - Santiago and the Metropolitan Region in which it resides, have been by far the hardest hit location with 254,354 registered cases in this Region as of the 29th July 2020.

Covid 19 - Mobility Index - Santiago

The first case of Covid 19 in Chile was registered on the 4th March 2020. Since then the virus has had a devastating impact with 349,900 confirmed cases and 9,240 confirmed deaths as of the date of this publication.