Data Science 549:

Introduction to Computational Thinking and Data Science (4.0 units)

Introduction to data analysis techniques and associated computing concepts for non-programmers. Topics include foundations for data analysis, visualization, parallel processing, metadata, provenance and data stewardship. Recommended preparation: mathematics and logic undergraduate courses.
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