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November 2019

Introduction to Python for Data Analytics

14th November 2019 @ 9:30 am - 15th November 2019 @ 4:30 pm

Location: Leeds Institute for Data Analytics, Computer Cluster 11.06. This two-day course provides an introduction to Python programming with a focus on data analytics. At the start of the course we will help participants to set up Python on their laptops, we therefore strongly encourage participants to bring their own devices with them. The course will introduce some basics in Python programming such as data types, basic operations, data sequences and data structures, control flows and exceptions. We will then…

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Introduction to ArcGIS

21st November 2019 @ 9:30 am - 4:30 pm

Location: Leeds Institute for Data Analytics, Computer Cluster 11.06. This 1 day course provides an introduction to Geographical Information Systems (GIS) using ESRI’s ArcGIS software. It provides participants with the opportunity to familiarise themselves with using and navigating the software, as well as focusing on the skills of data entry, data manipulation, editing, analysis and mapping. The emphasis of this course is working with vector data in the context of a variety of socio-economic applications. The course will mix teaching with…

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December 2019

Oxford Retail Futures Conference

10th December 2019 @ 9:00 am - 5:15 pm
Said Business School, University of Oxford, Park End Street
Oxford, OX1 1HP. United Kingdom
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Understanding the impact of emergent technologies on retail business models, processes and places The Oxford Retail Futures conference is an annual conference. It is being organised jointly by the Oxford Institute of Retail Management, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford and the Consumer Data Research Centre (CDRC). Overview: Traditional forms of retailing have been significantly affected by the growth of emergent and often disruptive digital technologies. The rhetoric suggests apocalyptic impacts on existing forms of retailing as well as higher…

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