Edmonton Public Library and the City of Edmonton are partnering again to celebrate International Open Data Day 2016.
Calling all hackers, developers, designers, statisticians and anyone with an interest in open data to spend the day experimenting and creating with open data.
City of Edmonton staff involved in open data will be on site to answer questions, propose ideas and hear your thoughts on how open data can be mobilized to improve the lives of Edmontonians.
Saturday, March 5, 9:30 am–5 pm (Doors at 9am)
Stanley A. Milner Library
Bring your laptops and we’ll bring lunch
Space is limited to 45 participants.
Saturday, March 5, 2016
Drop-in – Open to all
Program Room, Stanley A. Milner Library
Workshops developed for beginners
VISUALIZING OPEN DATA WITH TABLEAU PUBLIC
Presented by Analytics Centre of Excellence - City of Edmonton
MESSY DATA? OPEN REFINE COMES TO THE RESCUE
Presented by WeiWei Shi, Digital Initiative Applications Librarian, University of Alberta
ESTIMATING PROPERTY ADVERTISEMENT VALUES IN THE CITY OF EDMONTON
Presented by Rodolfo Wottrich, PhD Student, Computing Science, University of Alberta