The homework assignments are your chance to practice each stage/category of visualization processing. The topic for some of the assignments is open-ended with allowing a variety of different programming languages and visualization infrastructure are your choice. You may (are encouraged to) work on the same topic for multiple weeks.
For each homework assignment, your primary submission will one or more visual artifacts and a written description. As relevant to each homework, you will be asked to submit your source code and a plaintext README.txt file describing:
a description of your assignment,
how you spent your time this week (include reading, thinking, learning, and implementation time), and
the extent of your collaboration with other students or outside sources.
Collaboration Policy & Academic Integrity
We encourage you to discuss the assignments with other students in the class. Please acknowledge your collaborators in your README.txt file. You may certainly use the internet as a resource for learning the material, but you may not submit or "borrow from" code found online without clearly indicating the source. Please review RPI's Academic Integrity policy and speak with the instructor if you have any questions.
Homework Late Policy
Assignments are (usually) due on Thursday nights at 11:59pm. Submission will be electronic and submission times will be judged from the timestamp given by the web server. You may submit your assignment multiple times; we will only grade your last submission. Each student will be given three days (whole or partial) of grace for late homework assignments. These grace days should be used carefully. Once the late days have been exhausted, late assignments will not be accepted without a written excuse from the Student Experience office.
Some homeworks or parts of homeworks will be submitted by posting to the Submitty Discussion Forum, other homeworks will be submitted by uploading the files to a appropriate gradeable on Submitty. Read the instructions carefully for each assignment.
After uploading and submitting your files, check to be sure that all files were received and saved. If you find a mistake in your homework, you can fix it and re-submit using the same procedure. We will only grade the most recent submission.
Note: If there's lots of "stuff" in your homework directory the zip file may be too big for submission. Contact the instructor if you cannot reduce the file size sufficiently.
Important: Please don't send your homework as an email attachment!