I frequently speak about my open source work at conferences and meetups. Below you can watch recordings of some of my most popular talks below.

Choroplethr and Census Data (15 Minutes)

In 2017 I spoke about Choroplethr at the American Community Survey (ACS) Data Users Conference. The talk emphasized how Choroplethr facilitates exploratory data analysis of US Census Data. The talk was recorded live and you can view it below.

Allan Miller, Ph.D. Organizer, Berkeley R Meetup

A highly skilled and effective presenter

Ari is a highly skilled and effective presenter. He is knowledgeable, well-organized, patient, and clear! The audience response was universally positive, and several have requested a follow-up session.

Choroplethr: The Big Picture (1 Hour)

In 2017 I had the privilege of giving a 1-hour talk about Choroplethr at the CDC's R Users Group. This talk allowed me to speak about all the maps that Choroplethr contains as well as all the data integrations that it supports. The talk also explains what is covered in the Choroplethr courses I have published.

While the talk at CDC was not recorded live, I later gave a webinar version of the talk that was open to the public. That webinar was recorded and you can view it below.

Joseph Rickert Co-Organizer of the Bay Area useR Group

A Wonderful Speaker

Ari is a wonderful speaker, knowledgable about R and generous with sharing his insights. We have been fortunate to have had him speak twice so far at our Meetup.

Looking for a Speaker?

If you are looking to hire a speaker for your next event, and think that your audience would be interested in learning more about choroplethr, then contact me using the button below.