Roberto Moratore is a data scientist at IBM Netherlands, who also has graphic design experience. A large part of his job focuses on figuring out the best way to communicate complex machine learning concepts to clients, by creating bespoke data visualizations and interactive dashboards.
In his talk, he will discuss how good data visualization is not only important for communicating your results to others, but how it is also a powerful tool to help you understand your own data, and think of new ways of analyzing it. He’ll go over examples of the “good, the bad and the ugly” when it comes to visualization, with some dating as far back as as the 1800s. Finally he’ll give you some tips on how to visualize your own data using R.