Friday August 2 2019, Science and Data Track, C3.6, 11:10 AEST

Dash is a great Python framework for building data visualisation websites. In this talk I discuss the framework basics, explore a sample site and describe its use for an enterprise application to graph crime statistics. I finish with clear pros and cons of the Dash framework from our perspective.



Leo Broska


As a Mathematician, Data Miner and Social Scientist I develop software for 20+ years. I looked into programming with Python approximately 15 year ago - because block definition by indentation intrigued me.

Since then I have used Python for development in various projects from CLI tools to web apps to data exploration. Currently I focus on crime data analysis in the Australian context.

I live with my wife and little son in Australia’s calm capital Canberra - under mostly beautiful blue sky. :-)