Just Eat office, St Pauls, September 2017
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LI KIM LEE - SWAPPING TIME VIEWS WITH PARAMETERS
Li Kim recently joined Conde Nast International as Analytics Manager and has worked in publishing for more than a decade. She has always read Vogue, GQ, World of Interiors and Wired for pleasure but now enjoys studying the magazines at her office desk too. See her demo dashboard here.
IAN BALDWIN - EMBEDDING VIDEOS WITH TIMESTAMP PARAMETERS
Data has been a part of Ian’s life since he could read the weekend’s football results and understand how a league table works. Halfway through a degree in Civil Engineering he realised that different mixes of concrete and steel weren't for him and he left last year and joined the Data School where's he's been learning Tableau since. See his dashboard here.
MICHAEL CHAN - WORKING WITH TV DATA
Michael is a Research and Insight analyst at The Box Plus Network—the UK’s biggest music video network. Boxplus reach over 17.6 million monthly viewers, on channels such as: 4Music, The Box, Kerrang! Magic and Kiss.
EDUARDO CONTRERAS - INSTAGRAM FOLLOWERS
Eduardo is a data scientist at EY with a background in banking and insurance. Originally from Mexico, he enjoys travelling and is looking to visit his 33rd country soon.
See his dashboard here.
SIAN DAVIES - TIME TRAVELLING WITH TABLEAU
Sian is a qualified paraglider pilot. She has also worked in the Republic of Georgia for a year of election monitoring, youth work and humanitarian assistance. She’s now back in London and through a brief side step into banking, is here to forge a career in business intelligence.
Having survived a few 'black box' BI projects herself Sian is always looking for news ways to help business users get at and understand their data. See her dashboard here.
COLIN JARVIS - ANALYSING HOW LONG EVENTS TAKE
Colin comes from a mixed data warehousing and analytics background, and fell into data visualisation as a result of his struggles to find ways to communicate the results of his data discovery work in a compelling way. His previous visualisation experience was in Spotfire using mapping and shapefiles, but he has taken on Tableau full time since early this year. See his dashboard here, and instructions for creating the arc diagram here. The data is here.