When looking at any issue related to the COVID-19 pandemic, there is one thing that we consistently turn to uncover truths and determine our next decisions: the data. There is so much data around COVID-19, from infection rates to comfortability statistics on returning back to the office. Want to get more involved in learning about these types of datasets and how they are being used to help overcome the pandemic, all while improving your analytics capabilities and presentation skills? We have a special opportunity for the Women of Analytics to get involved with a hackathon – powered by TrueCue and Women in Data – an event in which participants will team up to solve challenging, relevant problems our society faces today with limited time. The best part? You’ll get to put your Alteryx skills to the test, whether you’re new to Alteryx or are already an experienced Alteryx addict.
How do I get involved?
Register here before Oct. 6, 2020 to sign up as a participant.
Already an experienced data guru, and want to help others?
Register here before Oct. 6, 2020 to volunteer as a facilitator.
To learn more about the Women in Data Hackathon, visit truecue.com/womenindata/hackathon.
We hope that you’ll join TrueCue and Women in Data in supporting women in analytics all while learning about the critical data in this pandemic through this hackathon opportunity.
I just emailed asking if we could sign up as a team and they add more people to bring it up to to the standard team size if we don't have enough members. Hoping it can be done, as I'm looking forward to working with you ladies 🙂
I already signed the form. I saw that in the form there is question about the team, but I did not see where to input the answer.
"If so, what is the name of your team?
Only answer if you are registering as part of a team. Please make sure all your teammates enter the same name."
For now, there are 4 of us:
We can participate as one team (there should by team for 3-5 people, so we are set 🙂 ).
@CampbellRG : once you got the answer, could you write to them that we want to participate as one team?