Nov 10th 2015

Zizo to present at the Association of Survey Computing

ASC

Zizo to present at the ASC Conference 20th November

 

We are pleased to announce that Zizo is presenting at The Association for Survey Computing conference on the 20th November 2015 at the prestigious Royal Statistical Society in London.  Speakers joining Zizo include delegates from The Times / News UK.

 

The conference topic will be - Tackling Data Overload: Making sense of complex multi-source data.

 

Our Marketing Director, Matthew Napleton, and Sales Director, Laurence Armiger will discuss how important data is within any analytical project, and what approaches you can take in making sure you obtain the most from the information you have collected, regardless of how complex it is.

 

We will be presenting our talk, What lies beneath? Visualisation is only the tip of the iceberg - how best to deal with the data’, at 11:30am.

 

“In our one day conference, we’ll be looking at different aspects of how we are getting to grips with the many challenges and the opportunities thrown up by this data revolution, comments the organisers. We’ll hear from speakers who are working on gathering and organising this data, combining and merging disparate data sources and those trying to use visual metaphors to help explain what is going on in large, complex, multi-source datasets.

 

Covering the complete life-cycle of “new data”, this conference will give you a broad overview of the many fascinating tools and techniques being developed and will look at some case studies of the many complexities that arise.”                www.asc.org.uk

 

The Association for Survey Computing conference provides an invaluable opportunity to hear from industry experts and guest speakers, as well as offering the chance to network.

 

View the programme and timetable here.

If you have been unable to attend but would like to know more about our Big Data analytics service or data science services, please get in touch with us here - we'd love to hear from you.

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