PLOTCON NYC: Edward Tufte, Dash workshop, Charts for React.js, and Discount for R-Bloggers

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Edward tufte keyNoTe

Edward Tufte will be kicking off PLOTCON NYC this year with his keynote talk. Edward is a Professor Emeritus of Political Science, Statistics, and Computer Science at Yale University. He wrote, designed, and self-published 4 classic books on data visualization including, “The Visual Display of Quantitative Information.” The New York Times described ET as the “Leonardo da Vinci of data. ?

? ALL PLOTCON SPEAKERS

DASH MASTER’s CLASS

Chris Parmer, creator of Dash, will be giving a 2 day master’s class for Dash users. Called the “Shiny for Python“, Dash allows scientists, engineers, analysts, and financiers to build rich, complex web apps with just a few lines of Python.

? REGISTER FOR MASTERS CLASS

DATA VIZ FOR REACT.JS

Ken Wheeler of Formidable Labs will be demoing their open-source project, “Victory Charts” – React components for modular charting and data visualization. If you’re curious about how two hot topics (React and Data Viz) can be elegantly combined, this talk is a great starting point.

? SPEAKER SCHEDULE

DISCOUNT FOR R-BLOGGERS

Are you an R-Bloggers subscriber? Use the discount code “R-BLOGGERS-SPECIAL” to receive a 10% discount on your ticket purchase. Carson Sievert will also be conducting a master’s class on advanced data visualization in R.

? ADVANCED DATA VISUALIZATION IN R MASTER’s CLASS

 


See you in NYC! ?

 

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