Lunch lecture Kramp
Ewoud van Dijk from Kramp will be giving us a lunch lecture about the visualization of data. Do you want to be able to interpret data to explain certain things that happened? Or do you want to predict events for the future? If you want to make data interpretable for people that do not use it on a daily basis, you have to aggregate and visualize the data in a clear way. However, a data scientist wants to have as much detail present as possible. How should you compromise to make it have a lot of detail, whilst still being easily interpretable? After speaking about this, Ewoud will tell us about the challenges of converting raw data to readable insights in the most optimal way. He will present this with a case within Kramp itself, namely: Data driven pricing and Product storage
Who, what, where, when...
- Committee for Lectures and Excursions
- Lunch lecture Kramp
- RA 2501
- Tuesday 28 May 2019 from 12:45 until 13:30