Who We Are




Andrew Patton


Andrew is the president and founder of Cartolytics. He specializes in spatial statistics and analytics with regards to environmental, public health, and transportation data. Prior to Cartolytics, Andrew worked in human health risk assessment and environmental consulting for Cardno ChemRisk. Andrew is based out of Baltimore and San Francisco.

Andrew holds a B.S. in Molecular Toxicology from the University of California Berkeley, an M.S. in Environmental Management from the University of San Francisco, a Certificate in Geospatial Technology from the University of San Francisco, and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.  

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Daniel Gloven

DatA Science Lead

Dan is the Data Science Lead for Cartolytics as well as a co-founder. He works in machine learning, statistics, databases, data visualization and Python programming. Prior to Cartolytics, he worked as a Tableau developer and BI consultant in the telecommunications industry, as a software developer and data analyst for NRG Tech, and as a design engineer for Sungevity. Dan is based out of Denver, CO.

Dan holds a B.S.E. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of California Berkeley, and graduated from the Data Science and Python Schools at Galvanize.

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tyler rohr

Tyler specializes in big data and systems analytics. He thrives when thinking creatively about how best to visualize and extract meaning from large, complex data sets. Tyler is currently a PhD candidate at MIT where he studies remote sensing products and high resolution climate models to disentangle the complex interactions that drive marine ecosystem dynamics and ultimately feedback into the broader climate system.  Tyler is based out of Boston, MA.

Tyler holds a B.S.E. in Civil & Environmental Engineering from Duke University and is pursuing a Ph.D. in Computational Biogeochemistry jointly at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. 

More details about Tyler can be found here.