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Data Visualization Hackathon: Visualize the Ebola Outbreak in the DRC

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Copley Formal Lounge

3700 O Street Northwest

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Visualize the Ebola Outbreak in the DRC

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The Center for Global Data Visualization (CGDV), powered by QED, and in collaboration with Georgetown Data Analytics, George Washington Data Science, and the Tableau Foundation invite you to take part in a data visualization hack-a-thon to help stamp out the Ebola outbreak in the DRC.

Competition Overview: The Hack-a-thon will bring together teams of participants from across the world to demonstrate the power of open data for public good. Teams will assess, analyze and visualize data and present to an audience to communicate a recommendation, story, or new idea through data visualization. This allows for better decision-making and more varied solutions to problems that span a wide range of public health topics.

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Visualization Task: Visualize the current Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, perform exploratory analysis and give insights from the data.

Time and Location: 12:00PM – 4:00 PM Oct 17th, 2019 at Copley Formal Lounge, Georgetown University in Washington DC

Eligibility: STUDENTS ONLY, must be able to attend in person on Oct 17th in Washington DC.

More hack-a-thon: Check out our online hack-a-thon here!

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