Sep Dadsetan | Infrastructure that Encourages Reproducibility
29 July 2021, 05 pm

Sep Dadsetan | Infrastructure that Encourages Reproducibility

Executive Director, RWE Analytics at ConcertAI

Episode notes

We were recently joined by Sep Dadsetan, Executive Director, RWE Analytics at ConcertAI.

01:35 - Start of session
08:20 - Gaps in the data science space
12:13 - How to show key stakeholders the value of data science
23:23 - Setting up the infrastructure to encourage reproducibility
29:38 - The importance of architecture and infrastructure to data quality
35:34 - Adoption to formalized processes over individual processes

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Rachael Dempsey
Rachael DempseyHost
Community Manager at RStudio
I love connecting people across the data science community to share what they're accomplishing with data and help others do the same through community discussions, industry meetups, and more.
Sep Dadsetan
Sep DadsetanGuest
Executive Director, RWE Analytics at ConcertAI
My focus is on trying to create reproducible and scalable systems to help my team and company grow. “Slow is smooth. Smooth is fast.”

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