Entries are invited from eligible candidates for the Eli Lilly and Company Data Story Telling Challenge.
About Eli Lilly and Company
Eli Lilly and Company is an American pharmaceutical company headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana, with offices in 18 countries. Its products are sold in approximately 125 countries. The company was founded in 1876 by, and named after, Col. Eli Lilly, a pharmaceutical chemist and veteran of the American Civil War.
About the Eli Lilly Data Story Telling Challenge
Data Story Telling – Apply data visualization and storytelling skills using D3JS. Use different graph types and help us understand the data story. This is meant to share your creations.
- 1 Frontend application building question
They will take each candidate through two rounds of interviews after being shortlisted from HackerEarth process.
- Years of experience: 0-10 years(2021 and below graduates)
- Skills: Data Visualization, D3JS
About the Position
Designation: Visual Analytics Developer
Key responsibilities include:
- Consult and elucidate work flows to map to visual analytics tools.
- Assist in and/or be accountable for selecting visualization methods for data analysis, authoring specifications for the visualization, and validating the work.
- Maintain proficiency with respect to relevant programming languages methodologies in data visualization.
- Effectively utilize interactive tools for quick visualization of data.
- Justify methods selected.
- Conduct peer-review of work products from colleagues.
- Communication and interpretation of data visualization results
- Strong R and Shiny Proficiency
- Proficient is D3JS.
- Strong Commitment to the Principles of Good Software Design
- Strong Written and Oral Communication Skills
- Understanding of Good Data Visualization Design Principles
- Strong Leadership Potential
- Strong Commitment and Willingness to Learn
- You will be provided with a problem statement for which you have to build an interactive data visualization.
- Each problem comprises the following:
- Mandatory feature sets that you should build
- List of good-to-have features, which are not mandatory but will give you extra marks if built
- Guidelines to solve the problem
- Wireframe diagrams
- After you have written the code, you can see a preview in the Output tab and fix bugs in the Console tab. Once your code is ready for submission, click Submit.
- Note: If you write code in your local IDE, you must copy the code into the respective editors provided by HackerEarth and then submit your design.
- The submissions are evaluated manually by an expert. The evaluation parameters include the following:
- Functionality of the code
- Design aesthetics
- Usability of the design
- The evaluation of submissions can take up to a week’s time.
How to Register?
Interested participants can register for the challenge through this link.
Oct 31, 2021