Great course, one of the best course to get hands-on learning for Data Visualization with Python. Particularly the lap exercise, it will make you think on every line of code you write. Excellent!!!
It's a really great course with proper hands on time and the assignments are great too. i got enough opportunity to explore the things which were taught in the course. Really Satisfied. Thanks :)
By marce a•
so bad everything, not enough training for the peer graded final assignment. worst module ever.
By Tan G T R•
Assignments seem to be quite a huge jump from the course material. Otherwise pretty succinct course.
By Sam S•
This was the most complicated to understand out of all of them, at least the final project was.
By Logesh K•
The final assignment was not straightforward. It doesn't check the visualization capabilities.
By Deepak N•
Needs better and more elaborate explanation. It's too tough to understand and execute.Thanks!
By Thais C C M•
Some of the questions on the final assignment questions were not covered on this course.
By Anna K•
There was no course material teaching us how to do one of the tasks for final assignment
By Richard L•
A lot of material is not explained verbally, videos are half-useless and repeating.
By Divya S•
The tutorial videos needed to have more content and explanation and not the labs.
By Sumit A•
Please have more explanation in Videos. The content is not covered enough in labs
By Armen M•
Not Fully explained. The final agriment tasks not match with course content
By Jan D•
No Instructors helping out. Little is learned... Not worth taking.
By Catalina M C•
The lab stopped working and we didn't get any support.
By Mehul S•
Questions in the peer graded are little out of scope.
By Osama H•
need to adjust material very bad labs and tutorials
By David H•
Poor examples / labs! Labs very often not working.
By Dylan S•
lack of adequate instruction for some assignments
By Dony G•
Poor study material compared to the assignment
By Joshua T•
Need to be clearer
By Bryce M•
not very clear
By Jayne J P•
The hands-on lab portion of the Coursera course "Data Visualization with Python" cannot be accessed for more than two weeks. Several students have posted their concerns, and they have not been answered."
On accessing the Skill Network through the site and clicking I am not a robot the screen appears that says "Please wait while we prepare to start your lab environment. This shouldn't take more than a minute." The connection either times out, or posts a gateway error more than 90% of time." I have tried on several networks, browsers and computers.
Attempts to bring this to Coursera Learning Services, led to the following email exchange:
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This is an entirely unhelpful answer. My contractual relationship is with Coursera; you should manage your vendors.
Moreover, I have directly contacted the instructor, and despite their quick response, the problem remains unresolved.
I will file the report, because I sense that Coursera has no interest in advocating for their customers. I implore to advocate for your customers with your vendor to get this resolved.
CAN SOMEONE TAKE OWNERSHIP OF RESOLVING THIS? PLEASE!
By Penélope L L•
This course lacks of explanations. Theory is very badly built. It was clearly the worst that I have done so far. I only learn about the "existence" of some tools or posibilities but it is imposible to understand how those works.
As I said theory clarifies nothing and as for the practice exercices would only for advanced students who already know the tools and need to practice to remember again.
The final assigment reflects the lack of foundation wich is consistent in the whole course. But the worst is that you have to do a master just to post the answers. You have to really do a collage of images, cut paste... really artistic. It takes more time posting the answers than really doing the assignement. At the end you would be graded not only for the accomplish of the final assignement but for your skill in fitting different screen shots in one image. Very sad.
Lastly, it is very disappointing to see that students have been complaining for those things since 2019 and they haven't done anything about it. That is ignominious!
By Sophie V•
Half of what is in the final assignment is not taught in the lessons or the labs. In the forum this is what everyone is complaining about. You spend your time googling and youtubing to teach yourself when you still are paying the coursera subscription fee, I completed every video and every lab and then was surprised when the assignment asks for things that were never mentioned. When this is brought up in the forum the staff just reply saying you should do your own learning. VERY DISAPPOINTING . Some content was good but not very in depth so it was then unfair to have a final assignment that was in depth.
By Matthew W•
This module stands out from the others in the learning track as repetitive, poorly structured from a testing and assessment perspective and light on applicable content. For example, rather than giving a link to why pie charts should never be used, perhaps take some time to cover the main points. You could use some of the time that was spent cleaning the same data set in every video.
The final assessment was poorly-described and a number of discussions seem to centre around question 3 and its format in the question vs the answer.
I've enjoyed the course, but not this module.
By Eleanor S•
This is single-handedly the WORST of the courses I have completed on Coursera. The final assignment is FULL of bugs and the staff are completely unhelpful in responding to MULTIPLE complaints about the bugs. You will not be able to complete this course if you sign up to it because of this. A total waste of time and money.