SDSU Research Foundation

  • Chartlets Project (56-8001)

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  • Overview

    This Statement of Work covers the need for the services of a college student to provide technical and/or analytical support in the field of Computer Science, Information Systems, Mathematics, or Statistics (with a focus on data analysis) for the Chartlets project. The purpose of this project is to develop an intuitive graphical reporting


    Background: Chartlets will allow users to develop graphical reports that represent relationships between objects. The tool will also provide an interface to enable a user to review, validate, and correct data and to produce a summary of the


    • Data Analysis including but not limited to curating data, imagery, and maps, predictive modeling, and data
    • Test and evaluation of imagery quality and graphical user interfaces (UX testing).
    • Contributing to technical papers and update product
    • Submitting Monthly Status Reports and Bi-Weekly Time Reports in accordance with basic contract


    (1) Undergraduate Student 1: Must have course work in the discipline requested on the task order Statement of Work. The student must be at the Freshman or Sophomore level, have understanding of the discipline and theories, but can be without experience. This level is expected to need training and supervision.

    Majoring in: Computer Science, Information Systems, Mathematics, or Statistics (or any technical major; undecided major acceptable at this level.)


    Required Course Work:

    • High School Trigonometry
    • High School Beginning Programming
    • College course where predictive modeling is part of curriculum


    This is a student position and is limited to working 20 hours per week
    This position will remain open until filled
    San Diego State University Research Foundation is an EEO/AA/Disability/Vets Employer


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