In 1736 Leonhard Euler published his Solutio problematis ad geometriam situs pertinentis, the first paper in the history of graph theory.
Fast-forward 275 years and we are in a world where graphs are omnipresent. They can be found in nature, arts & culture, mathematics and computer science -- yet we still have a hard time noticing and understanding them.
This session is for the curious and inquiring. Let Joa show you the beautiful world of graphs, big data, collaborative filtering and visualisations.
A graph can help solve a simple problem like "getting dressed" as well as complicated ones like "you might also like xyz".
This session aims to inspire you to look for graphs in your programming problems and introduce you to new ideas about datamining and -visualisation.
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