Business Intelligence and Data Science Groups in East Tennessee

(This article was first published on R – r4stats.com, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

The Knoxville area has four groups that help people learn about business intelligence and data science.

The Knoxville R Users Group (KRUG) focuses on the free and open source R language. Each meeting begins with a bit of socializing followed by a series of talks given by its members or guests. The talks range from brief five-minute demos of an R function to 45-minute in-depth coverage of some method of analysis. Beginning tutorials on R are occasionally offered as well. Membership is free of charge, but donations are accepted to defray the cost of snacks and web site maintenance. You can join at the KRUG web site.

Data Science KNX is a group of people interested in the broad field of data science. Members range from beginners to experts. As their web site states, their “…aim is to maintain a forum for connecting people around data science specific topics such as tutorials and their applications, local success stories, discussions of new technologies, and best practices. All are welcome to attend, network, and present!” You can go here to join at the Data Science KNX web site. Membership is free, though the group gladly accepts donations to help defray the costs of the pizza and beer provided at their meetings.

The East Tennessee Business Intelligence Users Group is “committed to learning, sharing, and advancing the field of Business Intelligence in the East Tennessee region.” They meet several times each year featuring speakers who demonstrate business intelligence software such as IBM’s Watson and Microsoft’s PowerBI. Meetings are at lunch and a meal is provided by sponsoring companies. Membership is free, and so is the lunch! You can join the group at their web site.

Each spring and fall, The University of Tennessee’s Department of Business Analytics and Statistics offers a Business Analytics Forum that features speakers from both industry and academia. The group consists of non-competing companies for whom business analytics is an important part of their operation. Forum members work together to share best practices and to develop more effective strategies. The forum is open to paid members only and you can join on their registration page.

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