ZoomCharts is offering data visualization tools to support speakers at Columbia-Princeton Probability Day, taking place Friday, March 6, 2015 at the Princeton University Campus’ Lewis Library, Room 120 in Princeton, New Jersey 08544.

ZoomCharts is the world’s most interactive data visualization software, letting you create fully interactive visual representations of big data sets on modern devices with incredibly fast performance. ZoomCharts tools are being discovered by a growing number of clients in a variety of fields as the best way to analyze and present data. Don’t be among the last to discover the exciting potential that ZoomCharts tools can open up for your data.

Columbia-Princeton Probability Day is free to register. Speakers include Davar Khoshnevisan from the University of Utah, Fraydoun Rezakhanlou from UC Berkley, Prasad Tetali from the Georgia Institute of Technology, and Bálint Virág from the University of Toronto.

Princeton University is the fourth oldest college in the United States and provides esteemed undergraduate and graduate education in the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, and engineering, including a wide range of courses such as American studies, architecture, chemistry, classics, computer science, creative writing, dance, economics, engineering, English, environmental studies, finance, French, German, Hebrew, history, Italian, Japanese, journalism, Korean, Latin, linguistics, mathematics, molecular biology, music, neuroscience, philosophy, physics, politics, psychology, religion, Russian, sociology, Spanish, urban studies, and visual arts.

Columbia University, the oldest institution of higher learning in the state of New York, offers a variety of areas of study, including anthropology, archeology, astronomy, biochemistry, business, communications, drama and theatre arts, early childhood education, film studies, jazz studies, nursing, political science, Slavic studies, statistics, sustainable development, urban planning, women’s studies, and writing.

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