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About the conference | The Data visualization track | Speakers | Attending | Visiting Budapest 

About the conference

The conference will run in a hybrid format this year, starting with an in-person training day on the 15th of November, consisting of 90-minute-long tutorial sessions.

November 16th  will be the first main conference day, held in-person at the four-star Hotel Mercure Buda Castle Hill and also streamed for remote viewers. The second main conference day on the 17th will be fully online to allow international speakers to contribute and participate remotely.

The Data visualization track

The list of topics of interest of this track includes:

    • Data visualization best practices
    • Case studies of data visualization projects
    • Software solutions for data visualization, including Python and R
    • Data art and physical data installations

Confirmed speakers


In-person talk Online talk

Aesthetics & Analytics:
Do we need nice charts?
Alex Lajtos
Market and Data Analyst
Hatch Blue, Norway

Putting Functional Aesthetics
to Work
Bridget Cogley

Cofounder & CVO
Versalytix, USA

Basic rules of good data design
Krisztián Szabó

Data Journalist
Átlátszó, ATLO, Hungary

Making the invisible visible
Edit Gyenge
Information designer
Egas Studio, Romania

A Néprajzi Múzeum adatszobrai
Fusz Mátyás
Senior Lecturer
Hungarian University of Fine Arts, Hungary

Better insights from consistent reports
and dashboards

Dr. Jürgen Faisst

CEO & Co-Founder
IBCS Institute, Germany

A HVG választási dashboardja
Minkó Mihály
Managing Director
Dataviz Ltd., Hungary

Awesome Panel
Marc Skov Madsen
Lead Trading Analyst
Ørsted, Denmark

Analog Data Art
István Korompai
Data Visualization Expert
Starschema, Hungary

Data visualisation
in the browser with PyScript
Valerio Maggio

Developer Advocate
Anaconda, United Kingdom

Animated Sports Results
Krisztina Szűcs
Award-winning Data Visualization Designer
krisztinaszucs.com, Hungary

(Title coming soon)
Rose Mintzer-Sweeney
Datawrapper, Germany

Attending the conference

If you are considering attending the conference please check out the English registration or the Hungarian registration pages. You can also follow our Twitter feed and Linkedin page for announcements.

The Budapest BI agenda also includes a Tableau, a General BI, a Power BI and a PyData track, so there’s a great opportunity to also discover new tools, approaches and solutions for data problems similar to yours.

Visiting Budapest

In case you are planning on participating in the conference in-person, we also collected all the information you should know about visiting Budapest. It includes affordable plane tickets and different accommodation options near or even at the venue of the conference.

Besides that, Budapest provides a lot to discover: amazing historic sights, attractions and programs for all tastes.