About Us

The Polish Python event for Pythonistas and Data Geeks.

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PyData website is a gathering of users and developers of data analysis tools in Python.
A major goal of the conference is to provide a venue for users across all the various domains of data analysis to share their experiences and their techniques, as well as highlight the most triumphs and potential pitfalls of using Python for certain kinds of problems.
Visit PyData website or search for #pydata at Twitter to find out more and to see the many upcoming PyData events all over the world.

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PyData @ PyCon PL

PyData@PyCon PL will be held in Ossa during PyCon PL 2017 the tenth edition of the PyCon PL Conference. PyData@PyCon PL will provide a meeting place where data scientists and engineers could join efforts, aiming at establishing a strong Polish PyData community.

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The PyData conference series is organized and supported by NumFOCUS, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that supports and promotes world-class, innovative, open source scientific software. The mission of NumFOCUS is to promote sustainable high-level programming languages, open code development, and reproducible scientific research.
We accomplish this mission through our educational programs and events as well as through fiscal sponsorship of open source data science projects. We aim to increase collaboration and communication within the scientific computing community.
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The PyData Community

PyData Conference Mission

PyData is a gathering of users and developers of data analysis tools in Python. The conference aims at providing Python enthusiasts a place to share ideas and learn from each other about how best to apply our language and tools to ever-evolving challenges in the vast realm of data management, processing, analytics, and visualization.

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PyData @ PyCon PL 2017

PyData @ PyCon PL 2017 is going to be the 1st edition of the PyData Event in Poland.

When & Where

PyData @ PyCon PL 2017 is going to be a four-days event (August, 17-20 2017), held in conjunction with PyCon PL 2017 the tenth edition of the Polish Python Conference. The conference venue is located around one hour drive from Warsaw and its international airport, at the Hotel OSSA **** Congress & Spa   (Ossa 1, 96-200 Rawa Mazowiecka).
For more information about the venue and how to reach it, please check out the this page


The registration to PyData@PyCon PL 2017 will be managed directly by the PyCon PL team. Purchasing a ticket to PyCon PL, you will be granted access for the whole PyData@PyCon PL 2017 subevent. The price of the ticket normally includes Accomodation in the Conference Hotel, Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner/BBQ, Free Wi-Fi, gadgets and more.

Joining the Online PyData community

To date, there are many PyData groups spread all over the world. Some tips for getting involved with the community are to sign up for an account to contribute blog posts, submit talks, or volunteer for the next organizing committee for an upcoming conference. This website and the website at pydata.org is a resource for our community.
Check out the Past Events page to see online videos, and get materials.

PyData events in Poland

Besides PyData@PyCon PL there is another PyData event coming this year, but in Warsaw. We recommend you to check PyData Warsaw Conference 2017. The event will happen from 19th to 20th of October in Centrum Nauki Kopernik. Don't miss it!


The latest updates about PyData @ PyCon PL 2017

Call for Proposals

You can submit proposal for PyData@PyCon PL till July 19th 2017. The proposals are collected through the following form: Call for Proposals Accepted speakers/workshop instructors will get a 50% discount for the standard ticket (which includes accomodation in conference hotel and meals already).



  • "Cruiser or sport bike? Teach your computer to categorize motorcycle images using transfer learning in TensorFlow" - Maciej Dziubiński
  • "Lightweight approach to anonymization and artificial data generation challenges" - Michał Żyliński
  • "Ranking News Summary Bots by Semantic Document Relatedness" - Karan Saxena
  • "The role of communities of practice in demagification of computational skills" - Mateusz Kuzak
  • "From shallow to deep model with Tensorflow" - Krzysztof Sopyła
  • "Reusing trained models with TensorFlow" - Alejandro Solano
  • "Python and Jupyter: Your Gateway to Learning" - Carol Willing
  • "Finding love in the age of big data" - Marc Garcia


  • "First steps with Pandas" - Mateusz Flieger, Jacek Rzeszutek (5h)
  • "First steps with PySpark" - Jacek Śmietański (2h 30m)
  • "Network Analysis using Python" - Mridul Seth (2h)
  • "How to turn data into beautiful, interactive visualizations" - Mateusz Paprocki (2h)