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Tim Bock commented on Vincent Granville's blog post Word Clouds of Big Data, Data Science and Other Buzz Words
"For R users creating a word cloud there is a great new too called Displayr https://www.displayr.com/word-cloud/. The software works in R."
Nov 2, 2017
Tim Bock commented on Ann Venkataraman's blog post Dashboards in R
"Hi Anupama, very nice tutorial. I created 8 different types of Dashboards in R, here is the link https://www.displayr.com/8-types-of-online-dashboards/ ;"
Oct 5, 2017
Tim Bock liked Vincent Granville's blog post 15 Amazing Infographics and Other Visual Tutorials
Oct 3, 2017

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Tim Bock is the founder of Displayr. Tim is a data scientist, who has consulted, published academic papers, and won awards, for problems/techniques as diverse as neural networks, mixture models, data fusion, market segmentation, IPO pricing, small sample research, and data visualization. He has conducted data science projects for numerous companies, including Pfizer, Coca Cola, ACNielsen, KFC, Weight Watchers, Unilever, and Nestle. He is also the founder of Q www.qresearchsoftware.com, a data science product designed for survey research, which is used by all the world’s seven largest market research consultancies. He studied econometrics, maths, and marketing, and has a University Medal and PhD from the University of New South Wales (Australia’s leading research university), where he was an adjunct member of staff for 15 years.
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http://https://www.displayr.com
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Executive Management
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Displayr
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DataScience Software
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CEO at Displayr
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