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About | Track topics | Speakers | Attending the conference | Visiting Budapest

About the conference

The Budapest BI Forum is the leading BI and analytics conference in Hungary, now in its 11th year. It will run in a hybrid format between November 20-22, starting with an in-person Tutorial day, followed by an in-person and an online conference day. Read more about the format and dates here. 

The in-person events will be hosted by the four-star Hotel Mercure Budapest Castle Hill and also streamed for remote viewers.

The PyData track

The track aims to provide technical presentations and case studies of using open source tools and languages for data analytics and data visulization. The majority of talks are usually in Python, but we are also glad to have presentations about R, Julia and other similar languages and tools.

The list of topics of interest includes:

  • Charting and dashboarding
  • Data management, data processing, dataframes
  • Notebooks, IDEs and other programming tools

Remote (online) talks

Performant dashboards
with Shiny for Python

Gordon Shotwell

November 22 · Remote talk
Dataviz Python
Data Visualisation in the Browser with WebAssembly and webR

George Stagg, Posit PBC

November 22 • Remote talk
Dataviz RStats
The needle and the haystack: visualizing single datapoints out of billions

Jean Luc Stevens, Anaconda

November 22 • Remote talk
Dataviz Python
Data Storytelling
using Python

Jayesh Kothari, Ørsted

November 22 • Remote talk
Dataviz Python
From idea to code to image: creative data visualizations in R

Georgios Karamanis, Explained

November 22 • Remote talk
Dataviz RStats
data analysis
with Buckaroo

Paddy Mullen

November 22 • Remote talk
Python Best practices
Crafting a Dashboard App
in Python using Streamlit

Chanin Nantasenamat, Snowflake Inc.

November 22 • Remote talk
Dataviz Python
50 ways to show
your data using R

Thomas Hütter

November 22 • Remote talk
Dataviz Rstats
The new Python in
Excel integration,
powered by Anaconda

Valerio Maggio, Anaconda

November 22 • Remote talk
Dataviz Python

Attending the conference

The Budapest BI agenda includes a Data-Driven Business track, a Data Visualization track, a Power BI track and a PyData track, so it’s a great opportunity to discover new tools, approaches and solutions for data problems similar to yours.

The international registration is open! This year we offer a special discount for the international participants of the conference. Use the coupon code VISITBUDAPEST to secure your ticket with a 15% discount!

More information about ticket types and prices are available here.

Visiting Budapest

In case you are planning on participating in the conference in-person, Budapest provides a lot to discover: amazing historic sights, attractions and programs for all tastes.