The aim of the course is to provide a broad overview over different aspects regarding visualizing information.
Thematically the course is divided in 3 parts:
- Basic elements and core principles of visualization.
- Human perception and its relation to visualization.
- Algorithms for visualizing complex high-dimensional data, interaction in visualizations.
The first two parts have no prerequisites. For the third part, you should be comfortable with optimization techniques such as gradient descent, as well as linear algebra.
Lecturer and responsible teacher
Aalok Bhat, Andreas Henelius, Polina Rozenshtein, Minjung Ryu
Please use the General Discussion forum below for questions and comments, whenever possible. Please send all course-related email to firstname.lastname@example.org (no email@example.com emails, unless absolutely necessary, thanks!). The lecturer has a reception in C215 at noon after the Thursday lectures. He may be found from the same room also in other times.