Visualizing Github, Part II: Information to Meaning

A session at PyCon US 2013

Friday 15th March, 2013

3:15pm to 4:00pm (PST)

A treasure trove of data is captured daily by Github. What stories can that data tell us about how we think, work, and interact? How would one go about finding and telling those stories? This two-part talk is a soup-to-nuts tour of practical data visualization with Python and web technologies, covering both the extraction and display of data in illumination of a familiar dataset.

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Idan Gazit

Designer/Developer hybrid. Django core member. Infovis junkie.

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Dana Bauer

Developer & Community Advocate at Rackspace. Organizer @PhillyPUG. Pythonista, mapper, open data lover. bio from Twitter

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Time 3:15pm4:00pm PST

Date Fri 15th March 2013


Grand Ballroom GH, Santa Clara Convention Center

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