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CSE 591 - Visual Analytics Visual Analytics is the science of analytical reasoning facilitated by interactive visual interfaces. People use visual analytics tools and techniques to synthesize information and derive insight from massive, dynamic, ambiguous, and often conflicting data, provide timely, defensible, and understandable assesments; and communicate assesment effectively for action. The overall goal is to detect the expected and discover the unexpected.
Courses · Stanford HCI Group Updates as the year goes along. HCI Program Sheets note CSE4334/5334 Data Mining Course Description: This is an introductory course on data mining. Data Mining refers to the process of automatic discovery of patterns and knowledge from large data repositories, including databases, data warehouses, Web, document collections, and data streams. We will study the basic topics of data mining, including data preprocessing, data warehousing and OLAP, data cube, frequent pattern and association rule mining, correlation analysis, classification and prediction, and clustering, as well as advanced topics covering the techniques and applications of data mining in Web, text, big data, social networks, and computational journalism. Student Learning Outcomes: A solid understanding of the basic concepts, principles, and techniques in data mining; an ability to analyze real-world applications, to model data mining problems, and to assess different solutions; an ability to design, implement, and evaluate data mining software.
Information Design and Visualization Overview “Understanding precedes action.” – Richard Saul Wurman, Distinguished Professor of the Practice in Information Design Big Data for Smart Cities Cities run on a stream of data. In the smart city, the innovative use of data helps provide better and more inventive services to improve people’s lives and make the entire city run more smoothly. But the data our cities collect nowadays is more massive and varied, and is accessed at higher speeds than ever before. This is Big Data. New technologies are constantly being developed to better manage Big Data. This computer science course, from the IEEE Smart Cities initiative and the University of Trento, helps students understand and use these new technologies to help improve a city.
SFU Statistics - Stat 201 Stat-201 - Statistics for the Life Sciences NOTE: Because of an "upgrade" to our webserver, all access controls were modified. Unfortunately, SFU has decided not provide any resources to fix this problem. Consequently, these pages are no longer available to SFU students. Welcome to Stat-201. Teaching — Enrico Bertini I have taught Information Visualization at NYU Tandon every year since 2012. The course focuses on how to design, develop and evaluate interactive data visualization solutions for complex data analysis problems. This page links to material I developed for the course. Feel free to use it in your course or to study visualization on your own.
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