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Neta Bar Chaim - Data Analyst and Data Science Student
BSc Technion graduate with honors, started working in AppsFlyer in 2019 as a Partner Development Data Analyst. I was the first analyst in this department and therefore built the entire data infrastructure PDM team. Creating and presenting EBRs to top partners, building dashboards, ETLs, internal data sessions, etc.
Two years later I joined the Incrementality team as a Product Data Analyst. In my current role, I'm using analytics and statistics to build a new product - measurement of the incremental lift for our clients.
I am a MSc Data Science student in the Industrial Engineering department at Tel Aviv University, and I volunteer in a content marketing position for Hydrocephalous Israel Association.

Neta Bar Chaim

Product Data Analyst
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English, Hebrew
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Tel Aviv, Israel
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Can also give an online talk/webinar
Paid only. Contact speaker for pricing!

MY TALKS

Using Data to Alert Anomalies on App Installs

Data / AI / ML, QA / Automation, Product

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How did we find out that Iraq cut off internet access before the newspapers published it?

Mobile Attribution is a tool that allows clients (app owners) to associate between the click of a user on an ad to the install of the app from the app store.

The system that I built, working at AppsFlyer, is a monitoring system that warns of a change in the number of installs, and in a partner's relative share of installs. We’ll discuss the challenges of how to identify an increase or decrease, how does the behavior depend on a particular country, platform or day.

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Using Data to Alert Anomalies on App Installs

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