The Budapest BI Forum conference (http://budapestbi.hu/) happening again, bringing international PyData and R experts and speakers to Budapest. Join us for an evening of data talks and fun!
Speakers and talks:
( Keystroke Behavioural Analysis For Fraud Detection: Deep Learning as-a-service Infrastructure, Ernesto Arbitrio, Lead Software Architect, FBK ) This talk has been cancelled. Replacement talk below.
What can we learn from 1 million rowing measurements?
Nick Radcliffe, CEO, Stochastic Solutions Limited
Analyzing granular data collected from rowing machines to help rowers and other athletes improve rowing and fitness
A Taste of R Shiny
Jessica Zhou, Business Analyst, hotels.com
Hotels.com is using R Shiny for internal self-served reporting, advanced analysis and algorithm development. In this talk, I will go through why R Shiny becomes the main visualization tool for us and how it helps to improve decision-making efficiency.
Visualising text data with ggplot2
Colin Fay, Data Scientist, ThinkR
In this talk, Colin will answer some key questions about text data visualisation:
+ How can we move from a raw text to a useful data.frame
+ What are we looking for in a massive corpus dataviz?
+ How can we summarize and spot patterns from a large corpus in just a matter of seconds with a dataviz?
+ What are the ggplot2 best practices for text visualisation?
+ How can we make text visualisation with ggplot2 more reproducible and more efficient ?
18:00 Doors open, pizza, soft drinks
18:30 Nick's talk
19:15 Jessica's talk
19:30 Colin's talk
19:45 Followup discussion
20:30 Meetup concludes
We jointly organize this English-speaking event with the PyData Budapest (https://www.meetup.com/PyData-Budapest/events/244305279/) meetup group. This is a free event, no conference registration needed to attend. Venue and catering sponsored by the Budapest BI Forum.