Courses

Academic year 2019-2020

Introduction to coding and data management – Module 2

Spring semester, 4th period (April, 6th – May 22th), 30 hours

The goal of this course is to teach students how to cleanse, process and visualize data. In particular, the students will learn how to use a programming language (Python) to read and write data from standard formats, process it to extract useful information (using Numpy and Pandas), and visualize and plot it in order to show and explain its content (using matplotlib and Seaborn).
Moodle

Information systems for the arts

Spring semester, 4th period (April, 6th – May 22th), 30 hours

The course is intended to introduce the main IT technologies used in the management of cultural heritage. In particular, the course will introduce the basic concepts of computers (binary representation of data, architecture, algorithms), how data is structured in information systems (in particular in relational databases), and a concrete language (SQL) that allows to manage such systems.
Moodle