This year, Love Data Week runs from February 12 to 16. The goal is to celebrate data, foster data driven community by raising global awareness about all things data; and promote the importance of data driven research, decision making and data management.
You are invited to our month-long February series of events, data-related classes, viz competition, data-career panel, lightning talks and more...a collective celebration of Love Data Week 2024.
See the full schedule below and explore this site for more details as well as for information on our past events.
Every year, the week around Valentine’s Day is celebrated as the International Love Data Week 2024 and is hosted by ICPSR. Organizations involved in the stewardship, use, and reuse of data collectively spotlight the importance of caring for the data used in our research, policy planning, and scholarly pursuit.
The theme of this year is "My Kind of Data."
Data is personal. Join International Love Data Week February 12-16, 2024, to learn about data equity and inclusion, disciplinary communities, and creating a kinder world through data.
Content related to Love Data Week can be found on various social media platforms at the hashtag #LoveData24.
At Data Services, we will be offering a full slate of our instructional sessions designed to train all researchers, whether beginner, intermediate, or advanced learners in the tools they need to conduct their work. We will also be offering an alumni career panel, research presentations, and other events aimed at sharing the work we do with data.
Be sure to checkout other Love Data Week events happening around campus, including LDW at the NYU Law Library.
“LEGO kits being every child's favorite toy, this dashboard is about LEGO's emergence in various categories, themes and pricing in last 50 years.” Data came from Maven LEGO data analytics challenge.
“This interactive dashboard allows users to click on a parameter, enabling them to view dynamic data on house prices, sales, and a geographic map specific to the chosen date, month, and year.”
"My kids' sleep patterns from birth to their first birthday knitted into a blanket. Each row represents a single day. Each stitch represents 6 minutes of time spent awake or asleep. The data was logged painstakingly by my wife and me over my kids' first year using a tracking app."
Each winner will receive 2nd Generation Apple Airpods with Case.
In addition, winning entries will be featured on the Data Services webpage and/or 5th floor of Bobst Library.