IWKS 3200: Data Science for Innovators
Introduces techniques for capturing, processing, visualizing, and making meaning out of large health-focused datasets. With the exponential growth and decreasing cost of data collection tools such as genome sequencing, mobile phone health trackers, remote sensors, and electronic and personal medical records to name a few, the demand for data scientists to help find meaning in a sea of data has never been greater. This course will introduce the fundamentals of working with health data and large data sets, introduce widely-used data analysis and visualization tools, and culminate in a cumulative health data project.
Prerequisites: IWKS 2300 (students who have not taken these courses should consult the instructor)
Credit hours: 3
Fall 2017: Monday /Wednesday/ Friday 11:00-11:50a