Agenda

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Data Mishaps Night Agenda

Data Mishaps Night begins at 7pm CST on Friday, Feb 5th 2021. Please see our home page for more details on the speakers.

Welcome and Introduction

7:00-7:15

From the Co-Organizers
  • Laura Ellis will begin with a brief introduction and some housekeeping/logistics.
  • Caitlin Hudon will share some of the lessons she has learned from her data mistakes.
Theme: The Forest and the Trees

7:15-7:35

Speakers
  • Ghazal Gulati, Data Strategy, @ghazalgulati
  • Susan VanderPlas, Assistant Professor @srvanderplas
  • Daniel Mintz, Outbound PM (former data analyst), @danielmintz
  • Gwynn Sturdevant, Post-doctoral Fellow, @nzgwynn
Theme: Too Good to Be True

7:35-8:00

Speakers
  • Randy Au, Quantitative UX Researcher, @Randy_Au
  • Aaron Richter, Senior Data Scientist, @rikturr
  • Hritvik Pandey, Risk and Finance Model Validation, @typicalLurker, Slides
  • Karl Broman, Professor, @kwbroman, Slides
Theme: Unchecked Assumptions

8:00-8:25

Speakers
  • Martin Monkman, Provincial Statistician and Director, @monkmanmh, Slides
  • Danielle Oberdier, Founder, @dikayodata
  • Nick Benthem, Data Engineer, @NickBenthem
  • Susan Buchman, Statistician, @smb_stats
Theme: The Classics

8:25-8:55

Speakers
  • Scarlett Kelsey, Data Analyst, @Scar_Data
  • Wendy Grus, Lead Data Analyst, @wgrus
  • Aaron Horowitz, Chief Data Scientist, @Aaron_Horowitz
  • Kaelen Medeiros, Data Scientist, @kaelen_medeiros, Slides

Other Housekeeping

  • Twitter – Before, during and after the event, we will be using the hashtag #DataMishapsNight to continue the conversation. Note that we won’t have time for Q&A during the event.
  • Slides – After the event, we will collect all available slide decks and link to them from this page.
  • Recording – This event will not be recorded. We want to give presenters a chance to talk openly and honestly about their mistakes without the pressure of an eternal recording. If this inaugural #DataMishapsNight goes well, we’d consider putting the event on again in the future so that more people can participate.
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