Building custom search tools for investigative projects (Hosted by Caspio)

  • Event: 2017 IRE Conference
  • Speakers: Jennifer Christos of Caspio, Inc.; Hadley Price of Caspio, Inc.
  • Date/Time: Friday, Jun. 23 at 2:30pm
  • Location: Pinnacle Peak 1
  • Audio file: No audio file available.

Maybe you want to analyze data across multiple tables or find a way to filter many different variables simultaneously.  

With normalized relational database construction in Caspio, it’s easy to combine multiple tables into one view so they can be analyzed as a single dataset. 

With pivot tables, formula fields and multi-variable filtering, Caspio is an ideal tool for constructing advanced investigative tools.

Bring ideas for your own projects and request a one-on-one consultation after the session.

This session is good for: Everyone.

Speaker Bios

  • Jennifer Christos is a writer, editor and data journalist who was data editor for Gannett’s Indiana Regional Media Group building desktop and mobile apps. She has been recognized for The Great Chicago Migration Myth story which won the 2014 Media Award by the National Low Income Housing Coalition, “Story of the Year” by Indiana Society of Professional Journalists and Best of Gannett. She specializes in community engagement and consumer reporting and investigation.

  • Hadley is the Professional Services Solutions Sales Manager at Caspio. He focuses on helping customers as they solve some of their most complex database and application development needs. Hadley has been involved in the application solutions market for over a decade and was an avid former customer prior to joining Caspio. When he’s not helping customers become masters of Caspio application development, Hadley pursues his passions in business networking, sustainable energy, and music composition.

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