The coronavirus pandemic was an unprecedented challenge for universities across the world. How could educational operations continue in-person without jeopardizing the health and well-being of students and faculty? Using data-forward thinking, Purdue University was able to develop methods for safe, in-person education shortly after lockdowns began in March 2020. The ability to remain open was achieved in large part through data-driven decision-making using VMware Greenplum.
This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast, Lead Data Scientist, Ian Pytlarz shares how he and his team developed this powerful organizational response, collecting a wide range of data sources and data types to ensure Purdue’s ongoing safety.
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