Welcome to Analyze Boulder 38! Our presentations this month focus on running and biking. Contact us if you want to give a 5-minute flash talk on any data-related subject at a future event.
Ryan Cooper derived the math from the miles to develop a prescriptive and predictive model that creates optimal race strategies for runners. The Pacing Project is a simple tool with an amazingly complex optimization engine.
Jennifer Boldry and JJ Trout of People for Bikes created a recipe for biking success in cities based on variables related to bicycling. They’ll present findings from an analysis in four pilot cities and discuss applying them to create better places to ride for everyone.
Greg Salvesen will present data sonification related to ultra running. Sound is a multi-dimensional medium (e.g., pitch, timbre, volume, stereo, tempo) that’s underutilized to convey information, but can bring new insights to data.
As always, we’ll have plenty of great beer on tap that you can enjoy to the awesome Flatirons view from the 5th floor deck!
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