Topic outline

    • Overview
    • The aim of the course is to provide a broad overview over different aspects regarding visualization of information. Thematically the course is divided in 3 parts:

      1. Basic elements and core principles of visualization.
      2. Human perception and its relation to visualization.
      3. Algorithms for visualizing complex high-dimensional data, interaction in visualizations.
    • Prerequisites
    • 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
    • Assistants
    • Aalok Bhat, Felix Epp, Polina Rozenshtein, Tu Sijing
    • Contact
    • Please use the General Discussion forum below for questions and comments, whenever possible.