Python offers a rich ecosystem of tools to gather, manipulate, and analyze your data. Bokeh allows you to build powerful interactive data applications and link together accessible web-based visualizations with the power of your stack of Python tools (NumPy, pandas, scikit-learn, requests, Scrapy, etc.) in just a few lines of Python code—no web programming required. When you want to collaborate or present your work to a wider audience, the Web is a universally accessible platform. You’ll learn how to bring these two worlds together as Bryan Van de Ven and Sarah Bird demonstrate how to build intelligent apps in a week with Bokeh, Python, and optimization.
Bryan Van de Ven is a software engineer at Continuum Analytics. Previously, Bryan worked at the Applied Research Labs, developing software for sonar feature detection and classification systems on US Naval submarine platforms, and Enthought, where he worked on problems in financial risk modeling and fluid mixing simulation. Bryan has also worked on an assortment of iOS projects as an independent consultant. Bryan is a core contributor of Bokeh and contributed to the Chaco visualization library. Bryan holds undergraduate degrees in computer science and mathematics from UT Austin and a master’s degree in physics from UCLA.
Sarah Bird is a software engineer at Continuum Analytics. She has been a core Bokeh developer since 2015 and has given numerous talks and tutorials on Bokeh. Previously, she worked at Aptivate as a full stack web developer building IT solutions for the international development sector. She has worked in a variety of sectors from systems engineering for ejection seats to mobile health and data collection in Pakistan. Sarah holds a master’s degree in mechanical engineering from Cambridge University and a masters of science in technology and policy from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
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