About your Instructor
Kai Chang develops web-based data visualizations using open data and he works with companies as a freelancer, developing reporting dashboards. His specialty is high-dimensional visualization in parallel coordinates.
Kai's interest in visualization grew from his studies of Astrophysics and Cognitive Science at the University of Virginia. Some of Kai's open-source contributions have included a workflow for the USDA Nutrition Database, a math package for the Miso Project and several example visualizations and experiments. Another current project is an interactive editor for CoffeeScript programming in the browser. Kai is also co-organizer for the Bay Area d3.js Meetup, providing a space for professional visualization developers and data scientists to collaborate.
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