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Weekly Roundup: Data Science Meetups (NYC & SF)

By Emily Wilson • August 08, 2016

During any given week, both New York City and San Francisco are treasure troves for data science Meetups. If we're not hosting our own, we try to make it out to others' events, to talk about, think about, and practice data science. Here is a list of events we're especially interested in this week: 

NEW YORK CITY

Metis Data Science New York City
Data Visualization with D3.js Demo (our event!)
Tuesday, August 9th 

UX + Data
Knitting, Algorithms, and JavaScript
Wednesday, August 10th

Educational Data Mining / Learning Analytics in NYC
Changing the World One Equation at a Time
Wednesday, August 10th

NYC Data Engineering
Pushing the Limits with Kafka
Thursday, August 11th

SAN FRANCISCO

Metis Data Science San Francisco
Introduction to Data Science Demo (our event!)
Wednesday, August 10th 

DataKind (SF Bay Area)
DataDive! A Weekend of Data Science for Social Impact
Friday, August 14th - Sunday, August 16th


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