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Sean Kandel

Sean is Trifacta’s Chief Technical Officer and Co-founder. He completed his Ph.D. at Stanford University, where his research focused on user interfaces for database systems. At Stanford, Sean led development of new tools for data transformation and discovery, such as Data Wrangler. He previously worked as a data analyst at Citadel Investment Group.

Introducing Trifacta Photon Job Execution on All Editions

Agile data transformation requires fast iteration: Assess the current state of your data, transform it to move closer to your desired end state, repeat. Accelerating that interactive loop dramatically accelerates the overall time it takes to build data pipelines. Executing transformations is a major factor in the latency of this loop. Transforming data requires computation, […]

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Sean Kandel  •  February 9, 2021

Wrangling for Tableau

For those who work with data regularly, the problem of “Data Wrangling” can be one of the most frustrating aspects of performing analysis. My first exposure to the real pain associated with data wrangling was my work in quantitative research at Citadel Investment Group. My work revolved around data but much of the data relevant […]

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Sean Kandel  •  August 28, 2014

Hortonworks and Trifacta Partner to Deliver Data Transformation on HDP 2.1

Blog content originally posted at hortonworks.com The most commonly reported use of Hadoop today is data transformation. After standing-up a cluster and scaling it for raw data collection, organizations begin the hard work of preparing various types of data for new analytic use cases. In many Hadoop implementations this process has slowed wider enterprise adoption […]

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Sean Kandel  •  June 3, 2014

Big Data Comes to Life (Sciences)

Life science research breakthroughs are driven by access to data.  So it is no surprise that open access to data has often been a discussion in the scientific community.  For many years PLoS, a publisher of seven scientific journals including the largest scientific journal PLoS One, has encouraged the sharing of data among researchers.  But […]

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Sean Kandel  •  March 15, 2014
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