How to present your research well

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Revision as of 05:41, 4 April 2007

Effectively communicating your research starts with good data but does not end there. On the contrary, many good results are so badly presented that they do not reach the audience and do not stimulate the feedback that might improve your science. Good presentation of scientific results is not an easy or intuitive task. It requires the putting together of an interesting slide show, good oral presentation, and provoking feedback from the audience. This page attempts to collect some advice on how to present your research well.

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presentation guidelines

software

graphics repositories

see also

external links

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