Adventures in Data Wrangling
I will be giving a talk on September 10th at George Washington University on two recent data analytics projects:
Firstly, I will present Scientific American Worldview, a global biotechnology ranking I developed six years ago and have managed since. The primary challenges in developing Worldview have been ensuring that the product is accessible to a general audience and ensuring that it delivers actionable guidance to countries at all levels of development.
The second project I will present is PatentStat.com, a website dedicated to increasing transparency in patent prosecution. PatentStat ranks patent attorneys and law firms in 33 technology areas, and profiles patent examiners. The primary challenges in developing PatentStat have been reducing the multi-terabyte United States patent database into a focused dataset amenable to manipulation on commodity hardware and, once again, ensuring the product is accessible to a general audience by actionable and relevant to an advanced audience.
GWU, Funger Hall, Room 103
2201 G St. NW, Washington, DC
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
6:30 PM to 9:00 PM
Hope to see you there!