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Duration

5 weeks

Tuition

$500

 

Jul 10-Aug 20

Commitment

Part-Time

Delivery

Online

Year Founded

1876

Scholarships

no

This course focuses on the theories behind visual analytics, and the relationship between data analysis and data visualization. Students will be introduced to tools for analyzing information and the preliminary displaying of results. Students will explore the collection, management, analysis and presentation of spatial data, as well as concepts of database systems, data modeling and digital mapping.

What You’ll Learn

  • The diversity of data visualization requirements across different domains, with an emphasis on modeling data for analysis and visualization
  • Fundamental concepts in data visualization, including cognitive, design, UX, and narrative considerations and
  • Proficiency in the use of Tableau

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OCAD University

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Anonymous

Toronto • December 19, 2023

Graduated From

Environmental Design: Interior Design Specialization

Overall:

2 out of 5

Instructors:

3 stars

Curriculum:

2 stars

Job Assistance:

1 stars

The woodworking shops are dangerous because they are supported by technicians with no formal training, no real life furniture construction experience and only a vague idea woodworkings’ potential or of what wood working actually is. The student techs...

The woodworking shops are dangerous because they are supported by technicians with no formal training, no real life furniture construction experience and only a vague idea woodworkings’ potential or of what wood working actually is. The student techs are dangerous because they think they know what they are doing. The student monitors should only work to keep the shop clean. Studio management should learn what PM2.5 and PM10 are. Furniture design’s professor came to school a day early and left a day late to insure their project direction and and safety of their students. Router bits and cnc cutters regularly while spinning at 18000 +/- rpm fell out of the machine. The wood shop techs do not even have the base training to know nor made the effort to know that collets need to be replaced periodically. Consequently the students suffer thanks to OCADU’s nepotistic process of hiring ex-students as lead technicians, recent students even students from other curriculums as student techs and the least useful and the potentially dangerous are the student monitors who seem to thinks they are qualified to proffer advice. Machine cutters and hand tools were constantly dull, a professor would have had to ask for the machines’ dull cutters to be replaced. Hand sharping of hand tools is not a skill the techs possessed nor do they know how to use our respect traditional hand tools. Stationary grinders for rough sharpening were positioned beside the wood lathes. Dust from the lathes, nearby sanders and grinder sparks are a fire hazard.
Close the woods shops until OCADU hires actual woodworkers with 5 plus years of experience, (not cabinetmakers) who are red seal certified. Figure out PM2.5 and PM10 are. The time our prof gave to the students to be sure they were safe and succeeded put him at a minimum wage level.

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