Visualization: What is it? What is it for?
Statistical Charts & Design Principles
Visual/Interactive Data Analysis
Visualization Design Process
Data Abstraction & Transformation
Visual Encoding & Graphical Perception
Color Coding [Guest Lecture]
NO CLASS / Spring Break
Networks [Guest Lecture]
Narrative Visualization [Guest Lecture]
Book: Visualization Analysis and Design (Book Draft 3)Author: Tamara Munzner
Publisher AK Peters, To appear in 2014
Time and place: The D3 tutorial is given on Thus between 4pm-5:30pm (just before class) and it takes place in the CSE department at 2 MetroTech 10th floor in the “big seminar room”.
Date (at 4pm)
Web design, svn, css, setup, etc.
Ch. 3, 4
Drawing with data
Ch. 5, 6, 7, 8
Ch. 9, 10
material given by the instructor
Final grades are given according to these rules:
=> explain how projects are graded and make a breakdown of the factors
Homeworks are to be submitted individually. Details of Homework schedule is in the table below:
Homework Grading Rules: => Darshi write rules
Each week reading assignments are given at the end of the class.. Students are expected to submit their questions and comments on the lecture and the assignments.
[See how Jeff Heer does that: http://courses.cs.washington.edu/courses/cse512/14wi/]
Give links and instructions on how to use Piazza
description of how projects work
project types and rules
examples of past projects
each group has to take care of a project wiki page
Meeting with instructor
[2nd Meeting (optional)]
Project Presentation (in class)
Poster Session + Demo
Need description of what is expected in each phase … especially final submission (code, software, manual, video, paper, wiki page)
Each student has to individually present a paper in class once during the tenure of this course. Paper presentations will take place during the second half of lecture starting from Week9 (3/27/2014) to Week 14 (5/1/2014).
How will it be graded: Presentation will be graded based on how well you present it and your ability to explain/answer others questions.
Cheating and Plagiarism:
Plagiarism is defined as “To use and pass off (the ideas or writings of another) as one's own.”
A student found cheating on an assignment will receive not passed for that homework/reading.
On Friday’s by prior appointment through email.