- New York University via Coursera
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- 12 hours of effort required
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- 4.6 ★★★★★ (115 Ratings)
- Skill Level: Beginner
- Language: English
This course aims at introducing fundamental knowledge for information visualization. The main goal is to provide the students with the necessary “vocabulary” to describe visualizations in a way that helps them reason about what designs are appropriate for a given problem. This module also gives a broad overview of the field of visualization, introducing its goals, methods and applications.
A learner with some or no previous knowledge in Information Visualization will get a sense of what visualization is, what it is for and in how many different situations it can be applied; will practice to describe data in a way that is useful for visualization design; will familiarize with fundamental charts to talk about the concept of visual encoding and decoding.
Introduction to Information Visualization
Fundamental Graphs and Data Transformation
Graphical Components and Mapping Strategies
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