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Bringing them in: what 5 years of data can tell us about growing a data service

Presenter 1
Kristi A Thompson
University of Windsor

The University of Windsor Academic Data Centre, a walk-in service for help with data analysis and statistical software, opened in 2006. Since opening we have kept data on every user to walk in our doors, recording their status, department or major, project type and how they found out about the service. This presentation will delve into the data with graphs, charts and other analysis to see what it can tell us about how to keep bringing them in!

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