MA 16290, Spring 2023
Data Science Labs: Calculus

Credit Hours: 1.00. This course consists of weekly computer laboratories which apply concepts learned in Calculus I and II to data science problems. Main topics covered include function sampling and approximation, numerical differentiation, numerical integration, Jupyter notebooks, introductory Python programming, object oriented programming, and data acquisition with microcontrollers and sensors.

Instructor Info.

Section Room Time Instructor Office
001 BHEE 215 2:30PM T Mireille Boutin MSEE 342
002 BHEE 215 5:30PM R Mireille Boutin MSEE 342
003 BHEE 215 5:30PM W Mireille Boutin MSEE 342
004 BHEE 215 2:30PM R Mireille Boutin MSEE 342

Course Materials

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