Emily Burton-Boehr is a software engineer and data analyst at Lexidyne LLC. As part of the technical team, she is responsible for designing and implementing the customized simulation engines behind Lexidyne's proprietary market forecasting methodology. She helps with Lexidyne's data mining and analysis of large datasets often containing upwards of a billion records.
Since joining Lexidyne in 2012, Emily has consulted for many large firms, mostly pharmaceutical. She has utilized Lexidyne's distinctive agent-based models to provide a sophisticated, longitudinal and in-depth market view for clients. To drive business insight and strategic planning, she designs detailed analytical tools to aid clients in evaluating potential market leverage points.
Emily's background is in computer science and she holds a bachelor's of arts from The Colorado College. Her work at Lexidyne and her years as a postsecondary tutor have made Emily excellent at communicating multifaceted insights and data perspectives, and she has been trained in Edward Tufte's methods of data visualization and information design.