(This post is cross-posted on my two blogs.)
Posting will be light this week, as I prepare for a number of meetings. Please come find me if you are in the neighborhood.
On May 20 (this Tuesday), I am the Banquet Speaker at the Midwest Biopharmaceutical Statistics Workshop (MBSW), to be held in Munice, Indiana on the Ball State campus. More information on this event here. I will be talking about how Big Data is affecting us, and the need for Numbersense. The key lessons will come from Google Flu Trends and digital marketing attribution models.
Next week, on May 28, I will be in Toronto at the Statistical Society of Canada's Annual Meeting. I am a participant in an invited session on "Business Analytics: Where does the statistician fit?" My article in Significance is a good starting point. More information about SSC here.
On June 18, I am giving a Keynote Speech at Predictive Analytics World, in Chicago. You can register here. The agenda looks great, and you will learn a lot about all kinds of applications across many industries at this conference.