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Friday, September 16 • 1:30pm - 3:30pm
Communicating Open Data for Agriculture and Nutrition

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Data collection and analysis are being refereed as one of the most important factors in communication of information. Data visualisation refers to the use of visualisations such as maps, dials, graphs, charts, etc. to communicate information in order to enable the audience to absorb and interpret data quickly and easily. For the agricultural sector, the use of data visualisation tools can help reveal important trends and different variables such as environmental factors, geographic location yield percentage, types of products, seed care data that effect changes to crop and yields. Nowadays, there are many data visualisation tools and software programmes open source and free that can give decision support for policy-makers, researchers, farmers for better planning. This session will outline some of the agriculture open data visualisation tools providing information on agricultural science and technology.

 


Session Action Officer
CA

Chris Addison

Senior programme coordinator, CTA
addison@cta.int
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Isaura Lopes Ramos

Project Coordinator, CTA
lopes@cta.int

Session Speaker
CA

Chris Addison

Senior programme coordinator, CTA
addison@cta.int
UA

Ulrich Atz

Data Consultant, CTA
NM

Natasha Mhango

Senior Agricultural Information Officer - Publicat, National Agricultural Information Services
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Muchiri Nyaggah

Executive Director, Local Development Research Institute
Local Development Research Institute, Kenya
NP

Nilam Prasai

Data curator, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)
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Nemo Semret

CTO, Gro Intelligence
Nemo is CTO of Gro Intelligence. He joined Gro after 8.5 years at Google as a Software Engineer. At Google, he first worked for several years in web search, where he developed ranking algorithms. He was then Tech Lead on Google’s Ad Exchange from its inception through its growth into the kernel connecting all of Google’s advertiser and publisher products (adwords, adsense, dfp). He led the engineering team responsible for auction... Read More →

Friday September 16, 2016 1:30pm - 3:30pm
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