Author Archives: Tony Ojeda

About Tony Ojeda

Tony Ojeda is an accomplished data scientist and entrepreneur with expertise in business process optimization and over a decade of experience creating and implementing innovative data products and solutions. He has a Masters in Finance from Florida International University and an MBA with concentrations in Strategy and Entrepreneurship from DePaul University. He is the founder of District Data Labs, a co-founder of Data Community DC, and is actively involved in promoting data science education through both organizations.

Natural Language Analysis with NLTK on October 25th

        Data Community DC and District Data Labs are excited to be hosting a Natural Language Analysis with NLTK workshop on October 25th  For more info and to sign up, go to http://bit.ly/1pK0pFN.  There’s even an early bird discount if you register … Continue reading

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Building Data Apps with Python on August 23rd

Data Community DC and District Data Labs are excited to be hosting another Building Data Apps with Python workshop on August 23rd.  For more info and to sign up, go to http://bit.ly/V4used.  There’s even an early bird discount if you register … Continue reading

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High-Performance Computing in R Workshop

Data Community DC and District Data Labs are excited to be hosting a High-Performance Computing with R workshop on June 21st, 2014 taught by Yale professor and R package author Jay Emerson. If you’re interested in learning about high-performance computing including concepts such … Continue reading

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District Data Labs Project Incubator Program

A crucial part of learning data science is applying the skills you learn to real world projects. Working on interesting projects keeps you motivated to continue learning and helps you sharpen your skills. Working in teams helps you learn from … Continue reading

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Building Data Apps with Python

Data Community DC and District Data Labs are excited to be offering a Building Data Apps with Python workshop on April 19th, 2014. Python is one of the most popular programming languages for data analysis.  Therefore, it is important to have a basic … Continue reading

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Winter Updates from District Data Labs

Just wanted to give you a quick update about some exciting things happening in our data community with regard to education. Last year, we sent out a survey to this group about potentially starting an data science academy. Many of … Continue reading

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Weekly Round-Up: Data Analysis Tools, M2M, Machine Learning, and Naming Babies

Welcome back to the round-up, an overview of the most interesting data science, statistics, and analytics articles of the past week. This week, we have 4 fascinating articles ranging in topics from data analysis tools to naming babies. In this … Continue reading

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Weekly Round-Up: Hadoop, Big Data vs. Analytics, Process Management, and Palantir

Welcome back to the round-up, an overview of the most interesting data science, statistics, and analytics articles of the past week. This week, we have 4 fascinating articles ranging in topics from Hadoop to business process management. In this week’s … Continue reading

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Weekly Round-Up: Machine Learning, DIY Data Scientists, Games, and Helping Couples Conceive

Welcome back to the round-up, an overview of the most interesting data science, statistics, and analytics articles of the past week. This week, we have 4 fascinating articles ranging in topics from machine learning to helping couple’s conceive. In this … Continue reading

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Weekly Round-Up: Statisticians, Build Smart DC, Kirk Borne, and Treating Parkinson’s

Welcome back to the round-up, an overview of the most interesting data science, statistics, and analytics articles of the past week. This week, we have 4 fascinating articles ranging in topics from collecting building data to treating Parkinson’s. In this … Continue reading

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