We introduce a new approach that combines inverse optimization with conventional data analytics to recover the utility function of a human operator. In this approach, a set of final decisions of the operator is observed. For instance, the final treatment plans that a clinician chose for a patient or the dietary choices that a patient made to control their disease while also considering her own personal preferences. Based on these observations, we develop a new framework that uses inverse optimization to infer how the operator prioritized different trade-offs to arrive at her decision.