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Talk involving UW Profiles wins best presentation at conference

A talk about UW Profiles, the UW’s interactive dashboards for accessing and understanding basic UW data, was honored as “Best Presentation” at the Pacific Northwest Association for Institutional Research and Planning’s annual conference. The talk last month by Nevena Lalic of the Office of Planning & Management’s Institutional Analysis team and Bart Pietrzak of UW-IT’s Enterprise Data & Analytics was selected from among 30 presentations for its especially helpful ‘how to’ content on using Tableau with institutional data and working with the IT organization to structure that data. Pietrzak, a Business Intelligence Architect, and Lalic, a Senior Analyst, are collaborating on a proposal to adapt the presentation, “Exposing Basic Institutional Stats Using Interactive Tableau Dashboards,” for the Association’s national conference in May. UW Profiles was created jointly by UW-IT and the Office of Planning & Budgeting, now a unit within the newly named Planning & Management office.

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UW EDW Leaders at Higher Ed Data Warehousing Conference

Six members of the Enterprise Data & Analytics unit presented at the annual Higher Education Data Warehousing Forum (HEDW) conference in April, in 5 different sessions, the highest number of presenters admitted from a single institution.

BK Chen
Deliver Business Value via MDM Efforts in Enterprise Analytics: A multi-factor analysis of our practices with two master data scenarios

 

Bart PietrzakPieter VisserBart Pietrzak & Pieter Visser
Closing the gap between IT and business: building and delivering BI solutions to enhance user experience

 

 

Ed RazonEd Razon
Is the Data Vault Methodology the Best Way to Structure Your University Data?

 

Bomani Siwatu
Data Warehouse Quality Assurance in an agile environment – a practical approach

 

Anja Canfield-BuddeAnja Canfield-Budde
Canfield-Budde has been elected president of HEDW for a second term, the first time in the organization’s 11-year history that a previous president was asked to serve again.