ECS 272 Information Visualization
When and Where: 1:40-3:00pm, Tuesday and Thursday, 107 Cruess
In this class, you will learn about information visualization techniques
and their applications in a variety of fields.
Through lectures and doing homework assignments and projects,
you will learn and practice how to derive a visualization solution
by integrating data mining methods, statistical methods, 3D graphics techniques,
findings in human visual perception studies, concepts and techniques in art,
and ideas found in several other areas.
This is an introductory course. While there is a textbook,
students are also expected to read, critique, and present research papers.
You can take this class if you have received undergraduate training in computer science.
However, you will be able to pursue advanced topics for your final project
if you have taken ECS163, ECS175, or ECS177 (or equivalent) before.
Lecture slides are on Canvas.