The Data Science Community of Interest promotes the use of best practice in analysing data to solve water management problems. The CoI is a central place designed to bring together practitioners and managers to discuss issues and share knowledge around modelling and managing data within water utilities.
Our Data Science Community of Interest
Our Data Science CoI will:
WaterRA have delievered Data Science 'R for Water Professionals' events in the past that specialise in the basic principles of writing code in the R language to manipulate, analyse and visualise data.
The workshops are designed for water utility professionals with little – no experience in writing code. Participants will go away with an introduction to code writing, and some water utility examples of how to clean, transform, analyse and visualise data with the final session of the workshop introducing participants to data analysis for smart and digital meters.
We will be continuing these workshops and delivering them to you online in the near future.
GitHub repository (Available to CoI members in the portal)
The Devil is in the Data Open Source Collaboration for Water Data Science | Presentation by Coliban Water (Available to CoI members in the portal)
Prevos, 2016 Health-Based Targets Performance Reporting - Using Virtual Scada Tags to Facilitate Data Analysis. Coliban Water.
Prevos, 2017 Lifting the Big Data Veil. Water e-Journal.
|Barwon Water||Coilban Water||Hunter Water|
|Melbourne Water||South Australia Water||South East Water|
University of Adelaide
|Wannon Water||Yarra Valley Water|
How to become a member of the CoI
WaterRA members can join a CoI at any time for free! If you are a WaterRA member and interested in joining the Data Science CoI click on the link below to submit your request.
Your request will be reviewed by our Research Team. If approved, changes will be made to your account settings granting you access to the CoI member page containing additional information and resources, a member Forum and key announcements from WaterRA relating to the CoI.