You’re Invited: Twin Cities Research Group features Alan Palazollo on Data Viz Tools

Join the Twin Cities Research Group, a local networking group and event series for Twin Cities-based researchers and analysts, at their next Brown Bag Speaker event. Featuring Alan Palazzolo, an interactive news developer for, you’ll hear all about the tricks of the trade from a local practitioner. Register below and don’t forget your brown bag!

Twin Cities Research

TCRG Brown Bag Speaker Series 2013:

Wednesday, February 13, 2013, Noon to 1:00 p.m.
*NEW* Please RSVP for the event if you plan to attend

Topic: Data Visualization Tools and Tech

At the next TCRG Brown Bag, Alan Palazzolo will provide a practitioner’s view of data visualization – with tools, techniques, and resources. We will go through some of the basic concepts of what data visualization is and what makes a visualization successful, look at real examples, and then go through tools and resources that will help build visualizations.

You can see the work of the MinnPost Data Team at

Featured Speaker: Alan Palazzolo is an interactive news developer for, where he helps in building news applications as well as data visualization to enhance or accompany stories. Alan also volunteers as a local organizer for Code For America.

Where: Wilder Foundation, Room 2610

451 Lexington Parkway (at University Ave), Saint Paul, MN 55104

A Map with the meeting’s location is at

Event is FREE. Wilder’s parking ramp is FREE. Bring your own brown bag lunch.
As always, we will finish the hour with a discussion and Q+A. Join us to participate with your ideas and questions.


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