Data Science and the Panama Papers

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Agenda:

Part 1: Latest update on the Data Science Community

• about the Academy (http://www.di-academy.com/) organizing hands-on trainings,

• about the Text mining hackathons (https://textmininghack.eventbrite.co.uk/) on June 17&18

• about the 12w Bootcamp (http://di-academy.com/bootcamp/) to become a datascientist starting Sept 15th.

• about the BBQ (https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/annual-datascience-bbq-tickets-25400681121) we will organize on June 24

• about the results of the satisfaction survey of #DIS2016 (http://www.disummit.com/) + youtube videos (https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLn-a3azB5KbAMSZN5V5yM5dcp3tXwRyV9)of the presentation are online

Part2: Mar Cabra, Editor, Data & Research Unit at the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) https://www.icij.org/journalists/mar-cabra

Mar will tell us how her international team worked with Data Science to unravel the Panama Papers story.

As from 9 May 2016, the Panama Papers database will be accessible, for more information please see:

https://panamapapers.icij.org/20160426-database-coming-soon.html

Part3: Some hands-on examples on how the data can be used by Rik