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Portland Data Viz #7 (NEW DATE)

Esri R&D Center (aka Geoloqi HQ)

This venue is no longer open for business.

920 SW 3rd Ave #400
Portland, Oregon 97204, US (map)

Access Notes

Esri has moved! http://calagator.org/venues/202394387

There wil be a number posted on the door to be let in.



It’s time for another Portland Data Visualization Meetup! We’ll have three to four main presentations and networking time.

We usually have some conversation and networking, so feel free to bring business cards and/or let people know if you’re hiring. (If you’d like to sponsor, see the section at the end of this post).

This time, Geoloqi will host us (see below for the address and entrance instructions). For best results, please arrive a little before 6:00 Pm.

---Speakers for Data Viz #7--- Periscopic -- New work by Periscopic.

Noah Iliinsky -- "How we think and talk about design, and how that can be applied to visualization."

Brennan Novak -- Tracking emotions.

Mohamed Alkady – TBD

---Want to Speak?--- We're looking for more speakers! If you'd like to speak, contact me at caseorganic at gmail dot com or simply tweet @caseorganic!

---Who Should Go?--- Portland Data Viz Group is open to everyone interested in or working in the field of data visualization. This means designers, programmers, information architects, data miners, anthropologists, ect. We usually attract around 20-30 people, and you're welcome to bring guests, food and drinks to the event.

---Location and Time--- Thursday, Sept. 20, 2011 from 6:30–8:30pm.

Geoloqi HQ 920 SW 3rd Ave. #400 Portland, OR 97204

---Entrance instructions--- We'll have a number posted on the door so you can get in when you arrive.

---Interested in Sponsoring?--- We welcome food and drink sponsors for our meetings, and if you know someone who might be a good sponsor feel free to contact me at caseorganic at gmail dot com!

---Google Group--- If you're interested in getting updates for for future meetings, simply join the the pdx-visualization Google Group! As the name implies, it is a group for Portland-area people interested in languages and techniques for visualization of data. http://groups.google.com/group/pdx-visualization.