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Events, Workshops and Courses

This page is where you’ll find news about upcoming events organized by Replica Analytics, events that we are sponsoring / supporting, or where we will be presenting, including talks, workshops, webinars, courses and conferences. Check back often to stay informed.

Upcoming Events


Workshop: An Introduction to Synthetic Data for Data Scientists

September 22nd, 2020  | 9 am EDT to 1 pm EDT | Online

This workshop, held in conjunction with the PHUSE CSS 2020 Conference, is intended to be a hands-on introduction to health data synthesis for data scientists. It will be a mix of lectures, Q&A, and hands-on exercises with specific health datasets. It is targeted at R programmers (knowledge of R will be necessary to benefit from the hands-on portion).

At the completion of the workshop, attendees will have an understanding of how data synthesis works, how to evaluate the quality of synthetic data, and how to generate synthetic data. 

Registration for the PHUSE CSS 2020 Conference is required to attend the workshop.


The Data Effect Panel: Privacy Protected Data Sharing

September 22nd, 2020  | 1 pm EDT to 1 pm EDT | Online

The Data Effect conference this year is organized over a series of sessions. This first episode will discuss data access issues, and specifically in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, and how Canada can leverage its rich data resources to ensure our public safety, build the economy and advance a data-driven government and society for the future.

The Data Effect has been producing conferences across the Canada that focus on our emerging data-driven economy and society.

This event is free to attend but registration is required.