You can edit the JSON in another application. Be warned that your changes are not validated!
Alternatively, use the button below to export an iCal file with your starred courses.
The Course Search tab lists all courses for the coming semester. You can specify additional filters in the form of
key:text to filter on more specific parameters. The following filters are supported (all case insensitive):
dept: filter by department (e.g. MATH, CSCI)
col: filter by college (e.g. HM, SC)
days: filter by class meeting days (e.g. M, =TR, <=MWF, >MW)
credits: filter by (Mudd-scaled) credit count (e.g.
Click on the + button to add a course. Each section is listed separately, so make sure to get all the ones you want. You can click on a course to see more information about it in the upper-right panel.
On the right-hand column, you can click and drag courses to reorder them. The ones at the top are given the highest scheduling priority. From here, you can also remove courses, star them, and disable them.
The Schedule tab is, of course, the main event. Scheduling is simple: first, all of your starred courses are scheduled, regardless of conflicts. Then, as many remaining courses as possible are scheduled as long as they don't conflict: the algorithm starts from the top of your list and goes down. Courses that are disabled, however, won't be considered. So, to change your schedule, just use reordering, starring, and disabling, rather than paging through multiple schedules.
Hyperschedule was created by Radon Rosborough and friends during Fall 2017 registration.
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Occasionally, the registrar adds malformed data to Portal: for example, a course with no name, invalid start and end dates, or other such nonsense. This shouldn't be possible, but because Portal is poorly designed, it is. Hyperschedule keeps track of these courses since they appear in the Portal search results, even though they cannot be parsed into valid course data to be used in scheduling. These courses are displayed below: