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Workshop: Intro to Data Visualization Using D3.js with Mollie Pettit
August 16 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
NOTE: Please sign-in at the registration area at the entrance. Thank you!
This free workshop will be limited to 30 people.
What to Know and Bring
Bring a laptop with charger. You should have some familiarity with:
A++ if you have experience with Web Dev, Design, Data Analysis and GitHub
About the Speaker
Mollie is a full-time Data Scientist at Datascope Analytics working on projects involving interactive data visualizations, exploratory data analysis, optimization, corporate data exploration tool creation, course development, and ideation workshops. Before transitioning into data science, Mollie worked as a petrophysicist in Abu Dhabi and as a scientific researcher at Stanford University (where she co-authored scientific papers on water driven slope instability and coastal erosion). Mollie has BS degrees in mathematics and geology from WVU and a MS in geology from Stanford University.
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