I gave a talk in December 2015 around how to better understand location data, especially as it pertains to understanding quality. Specifically, I took a page out of high school chemistry lab. Many of us forgot that stuff. I would've forgotten it too, except I had thought I wanted to go into medicine in undergrad so I made the bold move of majoring in Cellular and Molecular Biology and took more lab classes than I care to think about now. I'm a total badass with an Erlenmeyer flask and a pipette though. Who knew my titration capabilities were going to be useful as the head of product at a location analytics company.
Length: ~20 minutes
I've also embedded the video here: