Créé par :   Georgia Institute of Technology

  • Dr. Surya Kalidindi

    Enseigné par :    Dr. Surya Kalidindi, Professor

    The George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering
LevelIntermediate
Commitment5 semaines de cours, 2-3 heures par semaine
Language
English
How To PassPass all graded assignments to complete the course.
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4.2 stars
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Travail en cours
Travail en cours

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Georgia Institute of Technology
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Note moyenne 4.2 sur 5 sur 21 notes

This is a great starter course for materials informatics. It covers a good amount of topics and uses a nice case study to reinforce digital representation of data, spatial correlations, principal component analysis, and regression. I really liked the examples of pyMKS. My only suggestions is it would have been nice to have more hands-ons use of pyMKS and sci-kit learn. This could have been accomplished through a course project or homeworks.

A great introduction to this exciting field!

very beneficial

Great, fantastic information that made me see the importance of data sciences in materials science and engineering. My only request would be to potentially spend more time fleshing out PCA and the statistical tools around it; most of it went over my head without seeing a step-by-step application of it that showed the calculations. Maybe it could be optional so that those who are already strong in PCA can skip it.