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Exploratory Online Seminar
Scheduled for Future Dates
Coming Soon!
Planned in early Feburary 2019
Past Seminars
Data Wrangling: Working with Text Data
2019/1/15 (Tue) 10AM PT (US Pacific Time) / 1PM ET (US Eastern Time)
Kan will be introducing various data wrangling techniques to clean and transform Text data. Also, he’ll be introducing the basics of Regular Expression, with which you can manipulate your text data in a much more flexible way.
Recording: Watch
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Sample Data: User Data
Data Wrangling: Working with Date / Time Data and Visualizing It
2019/1/8(Tue) 10AM PT (US Pacific Time) / 1PM ET (US Eastern Time)
Kan will be introducing various data wrangling techniques to clean and transform Date and Time data. Also, he’ll be discussing various ways to visualize Time Series data to gain deeper insights.
Recording: Watch
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Analytics: An Introduction to K-Means Clustering
2018/12/18(Tue) 10AM PT (US Pacific Time) / 1PM ET (US Eastern Time)
Kan will be introducing K-Means Clustering algorithm, which segments the data based on a given set of variables, by demonstrating it with Exploratory’s Analytics view.
Recording: Watch
Slide: Link
Sample Data: US Baby Data
Analytics: An Introduction to Anomaly Detection for Time Series Data
2018/12/11(Tue) 10AM PT (US Pacific Time) / 1PM ET (US Eastern Time)
Kan will be introducing Anomaly Detection algorithm, which detects anomaly data in the time series data, by demonstrating it with Exploratory’s Analytics view.
Recording: Watch
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Analytics: Time Series Forecasting with Prophet
2018/11/26(Mon) 10AM PT (US Pacific Time) / 1PM ET (US Eastern Time)
Prophet is an easy to use time series forecasting algorithm developed by Sean Taylor and co. at Facebook. I’ll be demonstrating how to use it in Exploratory.
Recording: Watch
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Introducing Exploratory v5.0
2018/11/15 10AM PT (US Pacific Time) / 1PM ET (US Eastern Time)
I’ll be introducing the new features of Exploratory v5.0 including the new UI/UX, new Analytics like K-Means Clustering, Association Rules (Market Basket), and more!
Recording: Watch
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