The VU Visual Data Science will discuss how techniques from visualisation and visual analytics can be applied to data science. The lecture will start with a theoretical introduction to different concepts of visualisation and visual analytics (lecture 1-5). The second part of the lecture (lecture 6-10) will deal with the practical application of Visual Data Science, namely the selection of charts, trust in visualisations, and applications and libraries. An important part of this VU will be the lab part, where students will have to try out different visualisation techniques and applications to achieve certain tasks.
|07.10.2020||11:00 c.t. - 12:00||Online Meeting||Introductory lecture / "Vorbesprechung"
General information on the lecture and the lab, Q&A
|1||14.10.2020||11:00 c.t. - 13:00||Pre-recorded Video||Introduction to Data Visualisation
What is visualisation and visual analytics?
|2||21.10.2020||11:00 c.t. - 13:00||Online Meeting||Advanced Visualisation Techniques
Multivariate data, graphs & networks, spatial data
|3||28.10.2020||11:00 c.t. - 13:00||Online Meeting||Introduction to Human-Computer-Interaction
Human perception and interaction concepts
|4||04.11.2020||11:30 - 13:00||Online Meeting||Introduction to Visual Data Science
Terms and concepts, data types, interdisciplinary approaches
|5||11.11.2020||11:00 c.t. - 13:00||Online Meeting||Usage of Charts and Plots in Data Science
How to select the right chart based on the data?
|6||18.11.2020||11:00 c.t. - 13:00||Online Meeting||AI in Visualisation
Visualisation for understanding AI & Using AI for better visualisations
|7||25.11.2020||11:00 c.t. - 13:00||Online Meeting||Trust in Visualisation
How to correctly interpret what we see?
|9||09.12.2020||11:00 c.t. - 13:00||Online Meeting||Applications & Libraries, Part 1
|10||16.12.2020||11:00 c.t. - 13:00||Online Meeting||Applications & Libraries, Part 2
|18.11.2020||23:59||Deadline||Report (Lab Part 1)|
|15.01.2021||23:59||Deadline||Report (Lab Part 2)|
|20. / 21. / 27. / 28.01.2021||Presentations (15min per student)|
|15.01.2021 - 14.02.2021||Exam questions (online in TUWEL)|
The lab part of the VU consists of two parts. Lab organisation and submissions are done via TUWEL.
In the first part students will study the relations between statistical analysis and visual data analysis. A multivariate dataset is provided, and three tasks have to be solved, using statistical methods and visual analysis. A written report has to be submitted until November 18th, 2020.
In this second lab part students will analyse a dataset and create a dashboard for data analysis and presentation. A written report has to be submitted until January 15th, 2021. On January 20/21/27/28, 2021 students will present their solutions in online sessions (register for a slot in TUWEL).
Between January 22nd, 2021 and February 14th, 2021 exam questions about the theoretical content of the lecture will have to be answered in TUWEL.
The following points can be achieved in the lecture:
|Lab part 1 (report)||20 points|
|Lab part 2 (report)||30 points|
|Lab part 2 (presentation)||30 points|
|Exam questions||20 points|
The points define the final grade:
|Sehr Gut (1)||> 85 points|
|Gut (2)||> 75 points|
|Befriedigend (3)||> 62 points|
|Genügend (4)||> 50 points|
|Nicht Genügend (5)||<= 50 points|