This event is IN PERSON without a virtual attendance option.
Structured data is one thing, open structured data is another and dynamic open data is yet another. By introducing the concept of open data latency, this presentation will highlight differences between types of open data feeds on a four-part continuum: historical, bulk, pull and push. Tableau data visualizations will be used to illustrate which types of open data feeds are suitable for what types of applications. Session participants will benefit from an improved understanding of what open data can actually be used for through the introduction of the concept of open data latency.
Paul Kishchuk is a public finance economist with 30 years of applied research experience. Paul founded Vector Research, an independent economic research consultancy in Whitehorse, Yukon in 1999. Paul’s happy place is finding data where “there is no data” and then visualizing the insights, usually with Tableau. A founding member of TechYukon, Paul has been supporting TechYukon to improve data literacy in the Yukon through a series of data-focused events and workshops.
This presentation is brought to you by Tech Yukon, a non-profit organization which serves as a hub for technology and innovation in the Yukon by providing resources for entrepreneurs and building connections between business, the government and the community. This is one of many excellent events offered as part of Yukon Innovation Week.
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