Data Analytics Month @ Ohio State starts Oct. 26

Ohio State is hosting its first annual Data Analytics Month @ Ohio State. The campus-wide series of workshops, lectures, student challenges, and events focuses on data analytics and decision science, kicking off Oct. 26 and running through Nov. 20. The initiative is a partnership among nearly a dozen units across campus, with the goal of raising awareness of the vast data resources and expertise at Ohio State.

Check out the full schedule of events

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