alberta Chapter EVENTS

Hands-on SAS Workshop, October 29, 1:00 - 4:00 pm, Room WB126, NAIT HP Centre, Main Campus


Join SAS for a FREE hands-on experience of the latest approachable analytics capabilities from SAS! Now everyone can become a data scientist and learn to discover, share and collaborate on insights from data.

Users of all skill levels can visually explore data and create analytically driven visualizations while tapping into powerful in-memory technologies for faster computations and deeper discoveries. This easy-to-use, self-service data visualization and analytics software can handle all your data, putting approachable and deep analytics in the hands of all users.

Facilitated by Visual Analytics experts, this 3- hour workshop is designed to teach you to uncover hidden opportunities, identify key relationships and make more precise decisions to drive success.

In this hands-on workshop, you will learn how to:

  • Implement dashboards, reporting and analytics – all from a single interface.
  • Go directly from reporting to exploration and model creation.
  • Present your data in the most compelling way.
  • Drive an analytics culture and support all user requirements.

To register, email at DAMA Edmonton and mention that you are an MRIA member.

DAMA Edmonton Third Annual Conference

October 27, 28 & 29

Member Pricing for MRIA Members


Network with leaders and innovators and learn to harness the power of your data


Data Management Conference Edmonton invites you to its third annual conference on October 27th, 28th and 29th, 2017, at the NAIT Main Campus.

MRIA members receive a 15% discount.

The DMC Conference offers you the insights, skills and knowledge to navigate the rapidly changing landscape of Big Data, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.

Learn from experts and thought-leaders from the US and across Canada.

Kevin Waugh (formerly of Facebook, now with Google Deep Mind), keynote and one of the many great speakers, will give valuable insights on how the largest tech companies organize Machine Learning pipelines for data collection and storage, how they utilize data for training and evaluation of models, and the roles and responsibilities of the people engaged throughout these pipelines. In addition, Kevin will discuss how these industry leaders have evolved, and the future of these pipelines.

Speakers and conference information: Please click DMC Canada.

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Rates: Please click here.

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