LOVE data is an international celebration of all things data that takes place during the week of Valentine’s Day. Each year, institutions and schools such as University of Michigan, Harvard, and Brown put on data events for the public and Penn is no exception. On Friday, Feb 17th, Data Driven Discovery Initiative is teaming up with Penn Libraries’ Research Data & Digital Scholarship to celebrate our love of data related to the environment. The event will feature a keynote talk by Dr. Eduardo Mercado on how analyzing whale songs can reveal insights about our ecosystem, a panel discussion with the Water Center and True Elements on urban water use data, a tutorial on obtaining/visualizing renewable energy data, and a walk in the Woodlands to collect visceral data. For more information, check out our LOVE Environment Data Day page.
Time: Friday, Feb 17th from 9:30 AM – 4:30 PM
Location: Class of ’78 Orrery Pavilion (Van Pelt-Dietrich Library – 6th Floor)