• Stephen Brobst
  • Ian Ozsvald
  • Alexander Hendorf
Traning Day

Open Analytics Day

Innovative Bi Day

About the Budapest BI Forum

The Budapest BI Forum is the leading vendor-independent business intelligence and analytics conference in Hungary, taking place between 14-16th November 2017. 

The three days of the conference offersa number of keynotes, workshops, technical talks and case studies.

 

Conference topics

The agenda will cover a number of topics related to business intelligence and open analytics, including:

  • Open data
  • Data analytics using R
  • Open source BI tools
  • Python and PyData
  • Data Visualization
  • Self-service BI
  • Data mining and machine learning

Call for Presentations

The CFP is now open. Talks on Rstats, PyData,  data visualization, self-service BI, and machine learning are welcome. Check out the details here. Deadline is September 11.

Schedule

Tutorial day

8:30 – 9:00 Registration
Bevezetés az adatvizualizációba workshop
Adatvizualizáció és dashboard készítés Tableau eszközökkel
 
Bevezetés az adatelemzésbe Python környezetben
Bevezetés az R statisztikai programozási nyelvbe
 
Adatbányászat kezdőknek workshop
16:00 End of tutorials
17:00-20:00 Data Carreer Forum and Data Job Fair

Full day workshops run from 9:00 to 16:00. Lunch break is between 12:00 and 13:00. The schedule is subject to change.

November 15., Wednesday

8:00 – 9:00 Registration
Bevezető a nap témáihoz
Arató Bence, BI Consulting Kft.
Stephen Brobst, Teradata Corporation
Coffe break
BI softwares presentation
Parallel talks
Parallel talks
Lunch
Parallel talks
Parallel talks
Coffe break
BI softwares presentation
Parallel talks
Parallel talks
17:00-18:00 Welcome reception

Standard talks are 30 minutes long. * denotes a 15 minutes short talk.The schedule is subject to change.

November 16., Thursday

8:00 – 9:00 Registration
Plenary sessions
Coffe break
BI softwares presentation
Parallel talks
Parallel talks
Lunch
Parallel talks
Parallel talks
Coffe break
BI softwares presentation
Parallel talks
Parallel talks
 
17:00-18:00 Data Visualization contest
 

Standard talks are 30 minutes long. * denotes a 15 minutes short talk.The schedule is subject to change.

Speakers