Recorded: April 12, 2017
Brunel Visualization is a highly flexible open source language for creating interactive visualizations inside of data science tools such as IBM Data Science Experience. Join project leaders Dan Rope and Graham Wills for an overview of recent improvements to Brunel Visualization since their initial tech talk in March 2016. If you’re analyzing data, writing or presenting about data, or providing data within software, you’ll be able to take advantage of Brunel Visualization’s extraordinary capability to show off patterns visually.
- Presentation demo files (Jupyter Notebook and CSV) (.zip file download)
- Brunel Visualization Update Tech Talk charts
- Brunel Visualization Update Tech Talk transcript
- Brunel Visualization Update Tech Talk Q&A
- Brunel Visualization project overview
- Brunel Visualization Tech Talk (recorded March 2016)
- Brunel Visualization V2.0 is coming (blog post)
- Twelve ways to color a map of Africa using Brunel (blog post)
Watch for upcoming developerWorks Open Tech Talks on our Events page. This series of calls and demos enables dW Open project owners to peel back the covers of their open source projects, sharing functions, techniques, challenges, and goals.