MinneAnalytics has teamed up with our friends at Twin Cities (Data) Visualization Group to bring you an evening of presentations and networking centered around one of our favorite topics – data visualization. Finding interpretation across many fields, data visualization has perhaps never been more important to analysts in making complex data more accessible.
Aiding in our quest for visual literacy will be excellent speakers, good beer and great company. More details to come soon.
“Taking Visualizations Beyond BI” David Freeman and Chris Skirde
Building operational applications with embedded analytics has the power to shift visualizations beyond BI and into the realm of timely, predictive, and even prescriptive data-driven decision-making
“Mapping Balzac” Justin Schell and Jennifer Reinke
In this work-in-progress report, Schell and Reinke discuss their project that attempts to identify and map locations, routes, and other geographic features of Paris from three novels by the French writer Honoré de Balzac.
“Sanity checks with regression analysis” Kevin Church
How to graphically display the results of a regression analysis in order to facilitate a “sanity check” with subject matter experts (and how to avoid having to share the equation with people who might be freaked out by the math).
“Music makes it better” Roger Dumas
Dr. Dumas will present findings from his investigations into the human brain’s affinity for music, touching on musical sonification of brain data, chills, reward and pleasure circuits and much more.