Discovery tools for Government data analytics
Submitted by Venkateswaran M (@venkateswaranm) on Tuesday, 25 April 2017
Section: Crisp talk for Data in Government track Technical level: Intermediate
This talk will focus on Data discovery tools such as Tableau and Qlikview in the context of Government data. Invariably, the Government data is complex and most of the efforts are focused on getting and using this data. This session will focus on the challenges encountered while analyzing Government data and how to address these challenges based on my experiences working with various Government departments. OpenStreetMaps have been used all along to encourage freely reusable geo-spatial data.
- Challenges in Government data
- Framework for Government data analysis *Analysis of Land records data
- Forest cover and its implications
- Tools used and architecture
- Recommendations and Conclusions
An open mind and a willingness to sit through the session :)
Venkateswaran Mahadeva (‘Venkat’)leads the Analytics practice at Wipro BPS. His job involves using rich visualization tools to analyze large amounts of structured and unstructured data for Healthcare, Energy and Transportation verticals.He has worked with the Government sector in India as part of his earlier stint with a start-up. This talk would primarily focus on using data discovery tools such as Tableau and Qlikview in the context of Government data.
Venkat holds a B. Tech degree from Indian Institute of Technology, Chennai and an MBA from Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow.