Tableau User Group at Mapbox SF: Maps + Spatial Data w/ Kent Marten and Shan He

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Mapbox

50 Beale St Floor 9 · San Francisco, CA

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Follow these directions: https://bit.ly/FIND50BEALE

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https://sfbatugallthingsmapsandtableau.splashthat.com

Join us for a night of seeing how it is easier than ever to build maps and analyze spatial data using the latest features in Tableau, join the IoT revolution, and learn how to bring the magic of Kepler GL into Tableau with extensions.

Mapbox SF Office
50 Beale Street
San Francisco, CA 94105
Wednesday, April[masked]:30pm

SPEAKERS

Kent Marten, Tableau

Kent is a geographer, with BES from the University of Waterloo, MBA from the University of Redlands, and a GIS diploma from the Centre of Geographic Sciences. Kent has spent his entire career building mapping software products, first for Esri and now for Tableau. This will be Kent’s 7th time speaking at a Tableau User Group event, always about maps.

Shan He, Uber

Shan is a senior data visualization engineer at Uber. She is a coder, a designer, and a data artist. Shan is the founding member of Uber’s data visualization team and creator of kepler.gl

Ryan Baumann, Mapbox

Ryan has a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin - Madison. He built the first half of his career in product development at Trek Bikes and Caterpillar, before joining as the first Solutions Engineer at Mapbox in 2016. Now he leads a team of 15 solutions engineers that help customers solve complex problems using location intelligence. Outside of work, Ryan is a is a lifelong cyclist and founder of the athletics design website Athletedataviz. This is his third time speaking at a Tableau User Group event.

Chris DeMartini, Visa

Chris DeMartini came to the Tableau community through his work in network graphing. He has focused on incorporating dynamic aspects to his visualizations as well as working with the Tableau JS API, often blogging about these techniques on DataBlick. Some of his past work includes the likes of jump plots, hive plots, and even his family tree.

About the Mapbox office:

Travel to:
Downtown San Francisco Beale St (between Market & Mission)
One block from Embarcadero Station (BART and MUNI access)
Four blocks from SF Ferry Building (GGT ferry access)
15 minute drive or bus ride from 4th and King Station (Caltrain access)
Car parking garage on premises (50 Beale)
Secure bike parking at Embarcadero Station

Wheelchair access:
The 50 Beale building is 100% ADA compliant
ADA compliant entrance and elevators on 1st floor
ADA compliant restrooms for all genders on 9th floor
Elevators operate 24 hours per day

Restrooms access:
Single-occupant gender neutral restroom on 9th floor
Gendered restrooms marked “Everyone Welcome”
(to support transgender inclusion) on 9th floor

Additional accessibility:
Nursing Lounge available (request 24 hours in advance)
Prayer Room (request 24 hours in advance)
Pronoun Stickers at check-in desk (to support all genders)

--- About Mapbox ---
Mapbox is a live location data platform for mobile and web applications and experiences. Anyone can use Mapbox APIs and SDKs to build live, fully customized interactive maps, game environments, navigation experiences, and data visualizations for consumer apps, business intelligence and logistics platforms, on-demand services, asset tracking, and more. Add your own data layers and build now for web, iOS, Android, Unity 3D, and Qt.
Start building today: www.mapbox.com