I’m very pleased to say that the talks and tutorials are public now, listed on the Abstracts page, this is the first draft of the acceptances so maybe there will be some changes but we’re treating it as ‘mostly done’. The schedule will follow later (the conference is backed by a non-profit and the organisation is all volunteer based).
Early bird tickets run for 1 week from this announce, grab ’em quick. We’ll cover lots of Python, some R and Matlab, lots of data analysis, visualisation and machine learning, also some economics and art. We’re aiming to bring a wide range of people together to help build the local data analysis community, the goal is to start lots of conversations and to encourage collaborations. We plan to have a panel, lightning talks and there will be lots of evening beer to drink.
Some of our speakers are coming in from both the USA and further into Europe, they have links to the older PyData and SciPy conferences along with EuroSciPy and EuroPython. You’ll recognise core contributors for numpy, scipy, scikit-learn and the like at the conference.
Ian applies Data Science as an AI/Data Scientist for companies in ModelInsight and in his Mor Consulting, sign-up for Data Science tutorials in London. He also founded the image and text annotation API Annotate.io, lives in London and is a consumer of fine coffees.