Chevron Left
Voltar para Data Analysis and Representation, Selection and Iteration

Comentários e feedback de alunos de Data Analysis and Representation, Selection and Iteration da instituição Sistema de Universidades do ColoradoUniversidade do Colorado

4.7
estrelas
79 classificações
16 avaliações

Sobre o curso

This course is the second course in the specialization exploring both computational thinking and beginning C programming. Rather than trying to define computational thinking, we’ll just say it’s a problem-solving process that includes lots of different components. Most people have a better understanding of what beginning C programming means! This course assumes you have the prerequisite knowledge from the previous course in the specialization. You should make sure you have that knowledge, either by taking that previous course or from personal experience, before tackling this course. The required prerequisite knowledge is listed below. Prerequisite computational thinking knowledge: Algorithms and procedures, data collection Prerequisite C knowledge: Data types, variables, constants, and STEM computations Throughout this course you'll learn about data analysis and data representation, which are computational thinking techniques that help us understand what sets of data have to tell us. For the programming topics, you'll continue building on your C knowledge by implementing selection, which lets us decide which code to execute, and iteration (or looping), which lets us repeat chunks of code multiple times. Module 1: Learn about some common statistics we can calculate as we analyze sets of data Module 2: Discover how we make decisions in our code Module 3: Explore the various ways we can represent sets of data Module 4: Use iteration (looping) to repeat actions in your code...

Melhores avaliações

DJ
21 de Nov de 2019

Great course, nice information about understanding graphs and charts. Also explains looping and conditioning nicely

RG
19 de Jun de 2020

The instructions for the programming assignment were a bit ambiguous, but overall the course was great.

Filtrar por:

1 — 16 de 16 Avaliações para o Data Analysis and Representation, Selection and Iteration

por Husam k

14 de Nov de 2019

Thank you Dr.T , your explanation are so great and informative.

Hope you continue to do more courses and if possible for Embedded systems design using development boards such as Arduino.

Best Regards

por Dwij J

22 de Nov de 2019

Great course, nice information about understanding graphs and charts. Also explains looping and conditioning nicely

por LENDRICK R

16 de Jun de 2021

The course provided a very clear understanding of while and do while loops. I've been a programmer for a while (no pun intended), and I finally have a good understanding of how to apply these this class of iterative processes.

por Rodrigo B G

20 de Jun de 2020

The instructions for the programming assignment were a bit ambiguous, but overall the course was great.

por Ammar A

27 de Jun de 2020

The super cool graphs were really interesting and did make me feel like I have learnt something!

por Arshiya T

10 de Set de 2020

Thank you Sir for this informative course.

por Dr. N K

27 de Jul de 2020

had nice experience of taking this course.

por Hrithik S

11 de Set de 2020

Good for beginners.

por Ashish K R

15 de Set de 2020

its good

por shubham a

7 de Jan de 2021

good

por Uttej

30 de Abr de 2020

best

por Wenjie Y

25 de Ago de 2020

It's a really great course. It helps speed up a lot in comparison with learning the C programming all by myself. It would be better if the content of the course is denser.

por Denslin B

22 de Ago de 2020

Very Interesting and Informative

por Zahra B

22 de Abr de 2020

the last assignment was super hard, and was kind of not covered through the course!

but it teaches a lot of good stuff about data

por saksham a

27 de Jun de 2020

I still didn't get why you teaching mathematics and physics in it. Other than that great course

por Atharv M K

29 de Jun de 2020

The auto-grader needs to be fixed. No support from teachers in-spite of asking question in the discussions.