Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Data Analytics Summit III at Harrisburg University of Science and Technology

Harrisburg University of Science and Technology (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania) has just finished hosting Data Analytics Summit III. This is a multi-day event featuring a mix of presenters from the private sector, the government/government-related businesses and academia which spans research, practice and more visionary ("big picture") topics. The theme was “Analytics Applied:  Case Studies, Measuring Impact, and Communicating Results".

Regrettably, I was unable to attend this time because I was traveling for business, but I was at Data Analytics Summit II, which was held in December of 2015. If you haven't been: Harrisburg University of Science and Technology does a nice job hosting this event. Additionally, (so far) the Data Analytics Summit has been free of charge, so there is the prospect of free food if you are a starving grad student.

The university has generously provided links to video of the presentations from the most recent Summit:

Video links for the previous Summit, whose theme was unstructured data can be found at the bottom of my article, "Unstructured Data Mining - A Primer" (Apr-11-2016) over on icrunchdata:

I encourage readers to explore this free resource.

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