Presentations

Here are some links to selected presentations I've done recently, at conferences and in more informal settings. For a more complete list, see my CV.

Presentations

  • How Spatial Polygons Shape Our World, April 2017, OpenVisConf. (video, slides and links)
  • How Spatial Polygons Shape Our World, March 2017, SeaVis Meetup, Seattle, WA.
  • Key attributes of a modern statistical computing tool, March 2017, Tableau, Seattle, WA.
  • Data Science for Statisticians, March 2017, ENAR, Washington, DC. (materials)
  • Using Data Visualization to Find Patterns in Multidimensional Data, March 2017, St. Olaf College.
  • Bridging the gap between tools for learning and for doing statistics, November 2016, University of Minnesota Department of Educational Psychology, Minneapolis, MN.
  • The incredible importance of variability, November 2016, THINK Conference.
  • The future of interfaces to data, November 2016, THINK Conference.
  • The Importance of Parameter Manipulation for Statistics, July 2016, SIAM Annual Meeting, Boston, MA.
  • Integrated R labs for high school students, useR, June 2016, Stanford University. (video, slides and resources)
  • The gap between tools for learning and for doing statistics May 2016, Electronic Conference on Teaching Statistics (eCOTS). (video and slides)
  • Do you know Nothing when you see it?. OpenVisConf. April 2016, Boston MA. (video, slides, links, transcript)
  • Introduction to R. With Coulter Jones. NICAR. March 2016, Denver CO. (materials, code)
  • Using Data Visualization to Find Patterns in Multidimensional Data. Western Mass Data Science, Stats, and R Meetup. November 2015, Amherst MA. (slides and code)
  • Using Data Visualization to Find Patterns in Multidimensional Data. Big Data Day LA. June 2015, Los Angeles CA. (slides and code)
  • ggplot2 tutorial. UCLA DataFest 2015 pre-workshop. April 2015, Los Angeles CA. (slides and code)
  • Statistical Programming: Past, Present, and Future. Various academic institutions. December 2014-February 2015. (Keynote slides with multimedia elements, PDF slides)
  • Eyeo Highlights. Datavis LA Meetup. August 2014, Los Angeles CA. (video and slides)
  • Teaching Data Science to Teenagers (invited talk, with M. Hansen). International Conference on Teaching Statistics. July 2014, Flagstaff, AZ. (slides)
  • Teaching R to High School Students (with J. Molyneux). useR! The R User Conference. July 2014, Los Angeles, CA. (slides)
  • LivelyR: Making R Charts Livelier (main author A. Lunzer). useR! The R User Conference. July 2014, Los Angeles CA. (related video)
  • heR Panel Discussion (panelist). useR! The R User Conference. July 2014, Los Angeles, CA.
  • Mobilize Project (with J. Margolis and L. Trusela). Math Science Partnership Learning Network Conference. January 2012, Washington, DC.

Posters

  • It Ain’t Necessarily So: Checking Charts for Robustness (with A. Lunzer). IEEE Vis Conference. November 2014, Paris, France.
  • Tools for Teaching Data Science. Women in Statistics Conference. May 2014, Cary, NC. (poster)
  • Data Visualization on the Soul of the Community. Joint Statistical Meetings. August 2013, Montreal, QC. (poster) (additional information)