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Taught by
Martin Hilbert
Professor and Chair DE Computational Social Science
and 10 more instructors

Offered by
University of California, Davis

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r/IWantToLearn • comment
1 points • ficklefae

I did a lot of classes from the other courses in this specialization as well. Very accessible to beginners and covers a wide range of topics. Also, if you're looking at things from a programming perspective, check out online tutorials on MESA and OpenAI's Gym.

r/computerscience • comment
1 points • vestef

Hi from the University of California

Interested in learning more about Computational Social Science? The University of California is offering a Specialization on Coursera that features distinguished professors from all 10 UC campus. The specialization consists of five courses: "Computational Social Science Methods", "Big Data + A.I. + Ethics", "Social Network Analysis", "Computer Simulations", and a "Capstone Project". At the end of the course, students will have web-scraped data from the web, visualized and analyzed their own social network, found hidden patterns with machine learning and natural language processing, and created agent-based computer simulations of artificial societies. If you are interested in learning more, please check out the link to the course page below!