Bo is a Data Scientist at Datascope Analytics, where she has contributed to a variety of in-house apps such as Lunch? and Cheating Commish, in addition to projects for clients such as P&G, Thomson Reuters, and other well-known companies. She is passionate about exploring the root issues behind relevant problems, then using data to find solutions that ultimately improve the way people work and think.When not tweaking on code or thinking of creative ways to convey information, she enjoys strolling around the city, attending book club meetings, and making soupy gloops for dinner. Bo received a BS in mathematics with specialization in economics and a MS in statistics, both from The University of Chicago.
Motorola Mobility Follows the Data to Engineer Better Smartphones
A custom built tool aggregates and algorithmically analyzes smartphone customer feedback data from a broad spectrum of internet sources
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human-centered design techniques from an ideation workshop
Dresses at the Oscars
It's our favorite annual awards show again... the Oscars!
Lunch? Our food truck tracker goes mobile and infiltrates U Chicago
Mobile food on mobile phones, now in Hyde Park as well as the loop.
The Cheating Commish
If you ain't cheatin', you ain't tryin'
about our culture
Pair programming: when are two better than one?
(a) Developing reusable software. (b) During crunch-time. (c) Training colleagues. (d) All of the above.
Building a data science team
A data science team is more than a room full of nerds
Caricature of a small tech org chart
We're not big, but we are certainly collaborative!
Getting Things Done the Datascope Way
The Post-it Note Method
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