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Two Joint Events March 19th


  1. An afternoon analytics event organized with the Minnesota PDMA (Product Development & Management Association)
  2. An evening data visualization event organized with the Twin Cities Data Visualization Group.

In-between we will have time for networking, beer, and pizza. 

There is no charge for this event.  (We still may have a Sponsorship opportunity)

Both of these events will be held in the event space on the 2nd floor of Day Block

Afternoon Session:
Registration and Networking 2:30 pm to 3:00 pm

Presentations 3:00 pm to 5:50 pm

Beer Social and Networking 5:50 pm to 7:00 pm

Evening Session:
Data Visualization Meetup 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

More Information...

Masters of Science in Data Science

The University of Minnesota is designing a new Masters of Science degree in Data Science to provide a strong foundation in the science of Big Data and its analysis. This will gather into a single program the knowledge, expertise, and educational assets in data collection and management, data analytics, scalable data-driven pattern discovery, and the fundamental concepts behind these methods.



We are a community organization of over 3700 members.  Our conferences typically bring in 500-700 people.  Our goal is to take the folks from Tech, Math, & Business and mix them all up and together we can all enjoy data analytics.


A GREAT opportunity to get your message in front of our well educated and well placed members.

Event sponsorships
Exclusive opportunity to sponsor a non-conference event.  Price can vary but will normally be between $800 & $1600.

Big Data MN - The Life Science Lean In





Here is a working document, outlining the direction we are going:

Data Science and Big Data in Life Sciences & Health Care.

Friday October 11th 2013,  Optum Corporate Conference Center, Eden Prairie, MN

Multiple tracks - 918 registrations & 189 waitlisted engaging participants.

#BigDataMN: Minnesota's Field Guide to Analytics

One Page Schedule with Video links is here

On the coldest day in Minnesota in years 705 people came in from the cold and boy, were they hungry for knowledge.<--break- />


Health Care Analytics Forum

"The Life Cycle of a Health Care Claim" and "Data Mining and Predictive Modeling in Health Care". 

THE FIRST VIDEOS ARE HERE - EXCLUSIVE FOR MEMBERS -- They will appear right below if you are logged in.

Slide decks are also available for download

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