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INFX 562 Interactive Information Visualization (4)
Introduces techniques for visualizing, analyzing, and supporting interaction with structured data )numbers, text, graphs). Provides experience creating interactive visualizations for the web. Exposes students to cognitive science, statistics, and perceptual psychology principles. Students design and evaluate visualizations using perceptual and statistical accuracy.
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INFX 573 Data Science I: Theoretical Foundations (4)
Introduces technically focused theoretical foundations of "Data Science." Provides an overview of key concepts, focusing on foundational concepts such as exploratory data analysis and statistical inference. Assignments are data-intensive, and require significant programming and statistical analysis. Students are expected to have college-level statistics and programming experience (R and python preferred). Prerequisite: either Q METH 201, IMT 570, or equivalent college coursework; either CSE 142, INFX 501, or equivalent college coursework.
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