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Courses - Spring 2022
University Honors
Harvesting Big Data to Examine Agriculture and Climate Change
Credits: 3
Grad Meth: Reg
Can agricultural production keep up with climate change? Data analytics and data science are driving the force behind the digital revolution, which has changed the way we are able to analyze and interpret the world. The explosion of data offers both opportunities and challenges that require new tools and methods of analysis. This course applies sophisticated digital tools to an age-old concern: the impact of environmental change and extreme weather on agricultural productivity. In this hands-on introduction to data analysis and visualization with real-world data, students acquire the tools to understand the impacts of environmental change and more.
Restricted to students in University Honors who matriculated infall 2020 or later. This course is the required I-Series class in the Information and Power cluster. Information and Power courses will be offered through spring 2023.