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12 Must Know Terms in E-learning Development

12 Must Know Terms in E-learning Development

The Year of AIOne coders quest to keep up with AIIt is time for a change because the world is about to change.Even fortune magazine has seen the writing on the wall, 2017 will be the year of AI. Last year, AI saw jumps that the best minds thought would take 10 years, go down in mid year.The New York Times has implanted reporters into the Google camp in the same way that they send reporters to Washington, D.C. because they know there is news about to be made. Luckily, it lines up with my schedule. I will be taking Artificial Intelligence in the Spring Semester at the University of Arizona. But I realize that my current skills needed to be beefed up. The way that one programs for Deep Learning versus normal Business Application program is different and takes different skills.So I have beefed up my linear algebra, multi-variable calculus,  and python skills over the break to get ready for my goals for the year. My goals are meant to make me a deep learning guru by the end of the year. To do this I have promised myself to do the following:’Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google+ account. ( Log Out / Change )Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email.



I would love to create some database diagrams like this one with Visio but I can't find any templates at all for that kind of notation. The example I linked to was apparently made in Photoshop, which sounds like a terrible way to make ERDs. Are there any good Visio templates for this sort of thing?(I have Visio 2010 Pro, by the way.)If you want to create a diagram like the one you linked to, then you need to find a Chen ERD shape pack. You can check the following site: http://www.visiocafe.com/various.htm . Specifically try http://www.visiocafe.ca/downloads/various/DanielHarris/Chen_ER.zipedit: I don't know if that specific pack will work with Visio 2010. I've never used it.Visio should have a DB reverse-engineering feature (unless that's now only available in the top-end version). I've used it before and it does an adequate job, my advice is to break your ERD down into logical sections and don't diagram more than ten tables at a time (unless you have access to an E-size plotter). And be prepared to do a lot of tweaking to get things laid out; I don't think I've ever reverse-engineered an ERD that was comprehensible at first, even with big-name tools like ErWIN and ER/Studio.Sign up using GoogleSign up using FacebookSign up using Email and Password By posting your answer, you agree to the privacy policy and terms of service.asked6 years, 7 months agoviewed 37,897 times active6 years, 7 months ago site design / logo © 2017 Stack Exchange Inc; user contributions licensed under cc by-sa 3.0 with attribution required. rev 2017.9.21.27105





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