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The podcast where we hangout and learn with the WIA Community.

Each episode, host Lauren Burke connects with women in data and analytics to talk about what they do in the space, how they got there, and more!

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The podcast where we hangout and learn with the WIA Community.

Each episode, host Lauren Burke connects with women in data and analytics to talk about what they do in the space, how they got there, and more!

    Episode 3 - Community-Taught Sports Analytics & R Education with Meghan Hall

    Episode 3 - Community-Taught Sports Analytics & R Education with Meghan Hall

    OverviewMeghan Hall, Data Analyst and R Educator, joins us to discuss her unique path into Hockey Analytics, how open source can be a stepping stone to new skills and career paths, and how your public or open source work can lead to opportunities. As a community-taught R programmer, Meghan also dives into how she has benefited from and contributes to community education.About Meghan HallMeghan Hall has spent over seven years as a data professional in higher education. She also has experience in sports analytics, as an ongoing contributor to the public community and previously as a data scientist at Zelus Analytics. She is dedicated to R education, particularly for beginners, and frequently delivers talks, workshops, and classes.Relevant Links- Hockey Graphs- Meghan's Articles on Hockey Graphs- Blue Jackets Hockey Analytics Conference (Hosted in Columbus in February 2020)- RStudio Conference- Cultivating Your Own R Ecosystem as a Solo Contributor (Meghan's RStudio Conf talk)- Articulation (Conference Speaker Coaching)- R for Data Science (Book)- GitHubFollow Meghan- Twitter- Website- Tableau- GitHubFollow Lauren- LinkedIn- Twitter- WebsiteTranscriptClick Here

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    Episode 2 - Managing Open Source Projects and Ecosystems with Tracy Teal

    Episode 2 - Managing Open Source Projects and Ecosystems with Tracy Teal

    Tracy Teal, Open Source Program Director at RStudio, joins us to explore the practices, challenges, and structural aspects of managing and maintaining open source projects. She also shares with us a few of her favorite new and exciting things in the world of open source.This episode was recorded live at the 2022 DataConnect Conference.About Tracy TealTracy Teal is the Open Source Program Director at RStudio and previously the Executive Director of The Carpentries. She has been working with open source communities, developing curriculum, and teaching people how to work with data and code as a developer, instructor, and project leader throughout her career.Relevant Links- Every Other Thursday (Book)- Data Umbrella (Organization)- PyMC-Data Umbrella Sprints (Event Series)- DataKind (Organization)- Data Science for Social Good (Organization)- Paper on running inclusive hackathons (Paper, by Daniela Huppenkothen et al.)- The Carpentries (Organization)- Data Carpentry (Organization)- ROpenSci (Organization)- R-Ladies (Organization)- PyLadies (Organization)- CSCCE, Center for Scientific Collaboration and Community Engagement- Tidyverse (Collection of R packages)- Quarto (Open-source scientific and technical publishing system built on Pandoc)- RStudio (Organization)- @rstudio_glimpse (Twitter Account)Follow TracyTwitterLinkedInGitHubWikipediaFollow LaurenLinkedInTwitterWebsiteTranscriptClick Here

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    Episode 1 - The Vocabulary of Data and Analytics with Elizabeth Gilbert

    Episode 1 - The Vocabulary of Data and Analytics with Elizabeth Gilbert

    Elizabeth Gilbert, a Product Data Analyst at Olive, joins us to dive into the vast and unique vocabulary of data and analytics and help us to make sense of it all.This episode was recorded live at the 2022 DataConnect Conference.About Elizabeth GilbertElizabeth is a Product Data Analyst at Olive and the organizer of the Cincinnati Data Science Meetup. Formerly, Elizabeth helped lead the Big Data and Analytics Association at The Ohio State University, where she empowered and connected students interested in analytics to get into the industry. She cares about everyone having the vocabulary of data and analytics.Relevant Links:CRISP DMCrash Course in Analytics: Data Science for Startups, Elizabeth's webinar with Greg SweeneyThe Venn Diagram of Data ScienceGartner's Analytics Maturity ModelCincinnati Data Science Meetup EventsDataConnect ConferenceFollow Elizabeth:LinkedInWebsiteFollow Lauren:LinkedInTwitterWebsitePodcast TranscriptClick Here

    • 27 min

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