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Ian D.

Location:

London

Member since:

August 15, 2012

Do you love visualizing data ?

Yes. finding patterns that you would never see in Linear or Maths based analyis is a joy. I once asked an Investment Banker if his CDO samples where random, he replied they where correct. I try and fail to merge data and art, when I manage to get them close a you see something unexplained and different. Particularly interest in boundaries and how data and visual representation can give insight

Introduction

Data Vis expert at WGA, too much data and not enough brains to be able to explain what it means At last I can see a way out of using spreadsheet charts to explain whats happening. Like finite element analysis and fuild Dynamics


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