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Speaker: Deborah Nolan Associate Dean of Mathematical and Physical Sciences and Professor of Statistics Univ. of California, Berkeley Title: Visualization Tools for Data Scientists: New Paradigms in Graphics Abstract Recent advances in computing have led to a data deluge, where data have become widely available and free and have dramatically increased in size and complexity. As a result, the analysis of data is becoming more common in all fields, and there is a greater need for communicating findings in new ways. In this talk, I will explore how to use some evolving technologies, such as Scalable Vector Graphics and Google Earth, to create interactive data visualizations. When: Sometime after noon, Thursday, April 11, 2013 Where: Rockefeller Hall 312, Vassar College Building 46 on the Map of Vassar College Info: Diane Winkler, firstname.lastname@example.org Department of Mathematics, Vassar College 845-437-5525
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