Author Archives: Tanya

Mara Averick Presents for Metis’ “Demystifying Data Science” Online Conference

Recently Metis held a free online conference entitled “Demystifying Data Science”. There was a plethora of fantastic talks given by leaders in the field, including our own, Mara Averick, better known on Twitter as dataandme. Mara has amassed quite the following via her always informative, interesting and easy-to-understand tweets about all things relating data science. […]

Interview with TCB Analytics Founder, Tanya Cashorali, Featured on TheEditorial.com

Tanya Cashorali recently sat down for an up-close-and-personal interview with an online magazine, The Editorial, which interviews visionaries on emerging ideas around us. She discusses everything from running her consultancy, to paying back student loans, to teaching, and to finally having freedom from a 9-to-5 and helping others accomplish the same. Read the full interview […]

Startup Institute Announces Partnership with Western New England University and TCB Analytics to Deliver Data Science Bootcamp

We’re excited to announce a partnership with Startup Institute and Western New England University that will provide a 10-week Intro to Data Science course. We initially launched this course in Boston, MA and had a great experience, so we’re excited to bring that same success to western Massachusetts. Jasmine Dumas, notable R package writer, conference […]

Mara Averick to Keynote Boston EARL 2017

We’re incredibly excited that TCB’s Mara Averick, you probably know her on Twitter as @dataandme, will be keynoting at EARL Boston this year.  EARL stands for “Effective Applications of the R Language” and it’s an excellent conference that conveys how companies are gaining business value from the R programming language. We attended last year and […]

Tidytext Analysis of the 2017 OpenVisConf Talk Transcripts

We recently published a blog post on key takeaways from OpenVisConf 2017. They just released all of the speaker videos  as well as the talk transcripts. Since Julia Silge gave such an awesome talk on using tidytext to mine text data, specifically from Jane Austen novels, we thought this would be a perfect opportunity to analyze the transcripts from […]