Visualizing Anomaly Detection and Interactive Documentation in Power BI

BEN LAWRENCE (DataDx) – Visualizing Anomaly Detection and Interactive Documentation in Power BI

Anomaly detection can be a confusing concept and is hard to present to users in a meaningful way. In this presentation, see how DataDx has leveraged the isolation forest anomaly detection model and markdown to make difficult concepts easy to understand.

DataDx provides cloud-based analytics tools to help medical and dental practices understand their business and make data-driven decisions. Ben Lawrence is an Associate Data Scientist at DataDx. He has a background in data analytics, informatics, and healthcare. Ben enjoys working with data both at work and at Hack Oregon, a local nonprofit where he volunteers.

Portland Power BI User Group

Portland Power BI User Group

The Portland Power BI User Group is a community of people excited about the business analytics tool, Power BI. We believe the platform offers rich possibilities, and we keep pace by sharing our learning and doing deep-dive explorations of topics. We run the gamut from new to experienced users and welcome anyone who shares an interest in data analytics. Some great perks to joining our monthly meetups are networking, knowledge transfer, and community building. We aim to foster a vibrant community that shares success in implementing best practices for Power BI. Complimentary pizza and refreshments are served at every meetup.
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