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Metis Speaker Series: Liv Buli, Data Journalist at Next Big Sound [VIDEO]

By Emily Wilson • February 05, 2016

As part of our in-class speaker series, Liv Buli, Data Journalist at Next Big Sound, visited Metis NYC to speak to the Data Science Bootcamp students. Before her talk, she chatted with Metis Sr. Data Scientist Michael Galvin about her fascinating work and career, including her take on the increasing overlap between data and journalism.

Watch the interview by clicking below:


While most of our speakers present directly to the class during class hours, some are open to the public. If you're in the San Francisco area, RSVP to join us for the following:

February 22nd: Ian Johnson talks about Navigating the D3 Ecosystem

March 3rd: Russell Jurney talks about Extracting Networks from your Problem Domain


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