is a data visualization researcher
based in Montreal, Canada.
I gave a talk at Montreal Python where I showed a diagram I’ve been working on to capture and explain how the various pieces of the Python data visualization landscape fit together. My presentation is first, starting about 7 minutes into the video.
I was on a panel at PyData Global 2021 where folks representing various Python “dashboarding” frameworks compared and contrasted their work with Dash, which I represented.
I gave a talk at PyData Global 2021 that pulls together some ideas about why interactive data visualization matters into what I hope is an interesting and useful framework.
I was very proud to introduce Dashboard Engine to the world, as part of the Dash Enterprise 5.0 announcement webinar. I’ve been the product manager and team leader for this project for 18 months and it’s really gratifying to see it come to fruition.
I’ve just published a personal project I’ve been thinking about doing for a few years now: revisiting figures from a 1967 book which has had a big influence on how I (and others!) think about data visualization, Jacques Bertin’s Semiology of Graphics.
I was recently interviewed on the IQT Podcast about Visualizing Data During a Pandemic, and how Plotly is contributing to COVID-19 response.