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CS 990: Topics in Scientific Visualization (SciVis) Research

Course Information


This class simulates a research lab setting and offers a head start for life in academia. The expectations are the same as those of the majority of research labs in Egypt and abroad. Participation is a MUST. Verbal communication is in English. Electronic communication is timely and crucial: check your email at least once a day. Deliverables.. Deliverables.. Deliverables

Instructor
Mai Elshehaly
Class meets

Tue. 12:00pm - 3:00pm


Schedule

Week/Day Date Topics Reading Slides Code
1
April 11
  • Introduction
  • Class outline and structure
  • Motivation
  • Roadmap

Speaker: Mai

2
April 24
  • Quiz on Andrienko 2.1, 2.2, 2.3.1
  • RF Data and Problem Characterization
3 May 2
  • Data Abstraction with time variance
  • Task Analysis
DropoutSeer: Visualizing Learning Patterns in Massive Open Online Courses for Dropout Reasoning and Prediction

Speaker: Mai

slides

4 May 16
  • Drawing with D3
D-Map: Visual Analysis of Ego-centric Information Diffusion Patterns in Social Media

Speaker: Mai

slides

4 May 23
  • D3 Tips and Tricks
D-Map: Visual Analysis of Ego-centric Information Diffusion Patterns in Social Media

Moderator: Dina


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Collaboration Policy

Collaboration is highly encouraged for this class. Team up with classmates to read papers together, discuss them, and prepare presentations together. This will reduce your workload and deepen your understanding. Additionally, there are a few students who are interested in auditing the class and collaborating on paper writing. The parallel track is for them. An exchange of ideas between the tracks is valued.

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