The business case for data visualization: Real people + Real data

mar. 27 novembre à 01:00

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IGNORE THE TIME LISTED! THE MEETUP WILL START AT 6:30 WITH NETWORKING AND PIZZA. THE PROGRAM WILL START AT 7. THE MEETUP TEMPLATE WILL NOT LET ME CHANGE THE TIME. Speaker: Dr. Kristen Sosulski Title: The business case for data visualization: Real people + Real data Abstract: How and why do professionals incorporate data visualization into their practice? To answer these questions, Kristen Sosulski engaged professionals in business analytics, human resources, marketing, research, education, politics, gaming, entrepreneurship, and project management to share their practice. Based on her latest book, Data

Visualization Made Simple: Insights into Becoming Visual, Kristen will present the business case for data visualization. She will illustrate how people and organizations use data visualization to aid in their decision making, data exploration, data modeling, presentation, and reporting. Specifically, her hope is to motivate the audience to make the visualization of data part of their organization’s practice. Bio: Dr. Kristen Sosulski is an Associate Professor at NYU’s Stern School of Business where she teaches MBA students and executives data visualization, programming and business analytics. She is the Director of the Learning Science Lab for NYU Stern where she develops immersive online learning environments for business school education. As a leading expert on data visualization, Kristen regularly consults, delivers seminars, and leads workshops on data visualization techniques and best practices. You can find her speaking on the subject at events like Social Media Week NYC, plot.ly’s PlotCon conference, and Tableau’s events and to organizations like the National Association of Public Opinion and the National Economic Research Association. Kristen’s passion for technology and learning sciences converges in all facets of her career, inside and outside of the classroom. Follow her on Twitter at @sosulski and learn more at http://kristensosulski.com . Thanks to Stack Overflow for providing space and to Kaiser Fung and Principal Analytics Prep for sponsoring the event.


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