Creating effective slides without having to become a graphic designer

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Published on May 9, 2014

Author: nachocab

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The purpose of a slide is to illustrate an important point in the story. Without a clear story it's impossible to create an effective slide. Once you know what you want to say, notice all the things in your slide and ask why.

This is session 3 of the Awesome Presentations Workshop. You can watch the video for session 2 (developing the story) at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jC1glujAhZI

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Apresentation is not about ! sayingwhatyoudid,itisabout helpingothersrememberit.! Your job as a presenter is to! connectthefactsandprovide insights. Tell stories that give context and make indifferent people teachable. Motivate your audience to act.

Apresentation is not about ! sayingwhatyoudid,itisabout helpingothersrememberit.! Your job as a presenter is to! connectthefactsandprovide insights. Tell stories that give context and make indifferent people teachable. Motivate your audience to act.

Apresentation is not about ! sayingwhatyoudid,itisabout helpingothersrememberit.! Your job as a presenter is to! connectthefactsandprovide insights. Tell stories that give context and make indifferent people teachable. Motivate your audience to act.

Apresentation is not about ! sayingwhatyoudid,itisabout helpingothersrememberit.! Your job as a presenter is to! connectthefactsandprovide insights. Tell stories that give context and make indifferent people teachable. Motivate your audience to act.

He knows he has ! to give a presentation.

He starts by building the slides.

The best ! presentation he ! could ever give

The presentation! he ends up giving.

He starts by ! writing the story.

He starts by ! writing the story.

Then, he builds! the slides.

Awesome! Presentation.

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Spoken! track Story

Spoken! track Story Visual! track Important ! points

As you can see from this plot… Move both tracks ! at the same speed Spoken! track Visual! track

As you can see from this plot… Move both tracks ! at the same speed Spoken! track Visual! track

If your visual track is exactly the same as your spoken track, your audience will get bored. They can read faster than you can talk If your visual track is exactly the same as your spoken track, your audience will get bored. They can read faster than you can talk Spoken! track Visual! track

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What do you notice?

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What do you notice?

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The shadow cast by the nanoparticles (NP) on metal deposition is visible in the high-magnification images.

The shadow cast by the nanoparticles (NP) on metal deposition is visible in the high-magnification images.

High-magnification images show the shadow cast by nanoparticles on metal deposition

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Results! •  Trained models can accurately discriminate between regions in peak and regions in flanks •  Observed that DNase I hypersensitivity is useful for discriminating ….? •  Identified relevant k-mers that can be used to obtain a generalized binding motif

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BENEFITS OF FIBER: GATHER LIGHT •  ALLOW LIGHT FROM DIFFERENT LOCATIONS TO BE BROUGHT TO THE SAME INSTRUMENT. •  SIMULTANEOUS OBSERVATION OF LARGE NUMBER OF TARGET OBJECTS (FIBER BUNDLES): MULTI- OBJECT SPECTROSCOPY (MOS). •  CLASSICALLY (HOLES/SLITS): TELESCOPE (FIELD OF VIEW: 0.5~A FEW DEGREES) VS SPECTROGRAPH (FIELD OF VIEW: A FEW ARC MINUTES) =>LIMITED OBSERVATION AT ANY GIVEN TIME => SMALL NUMBER STATISTICS/SMALL SAMPLE (STUDY OF DYNAMIC PROCESS OF CLUSTERS/GALAXIES REQUIRES AT LEAST 100~1000 OBJECTS SIMULTANEOUSLY); •  FAINT OBJECTS: TAKE HOURS TO BUILD UP ENOUGH SIGNAL IN THE SPECTRUM. (~10 PHOTONS/HR) •  SOLUTION: LARGE NUMBER OF FIBERS, EACH INPUT END PLACED AT THE FOCAL SURFACE POSITION CORRESPONDING TO THE LOCATION OF THE IMAGED TARGET; EACH OUTPUT LINED UP ALONG THE SPECTROGRAPH SLIT. •  DATA COLLECTION NOW RESTRICTED BY TELESCOPE FIELD OF VIEW, # OF FIBERS, SIZE OF DETECTOR.

BENEFITS OF FIBER: GATHER LIGHT •  HUNDREDS OF TARGETS VS JUST ONE; A GROUP IN CHINA: 4-M TELESCOPE, 5° FIELD OF VIEW, 4000 FIBERS. •  EXAMPLE OF NEW RESEARCH: HEXABUNDLES •  EASY TO PRODUCE, SIMPLE TO INSTALL; •  SUPER-WIDE FIELD, ADAPTIVE TO SEEING; •  LESS SENSITIVE TO BLURRING (SEEING); •  LESS SENSITIVE TO SOURCE ASYMMETRY. Source: Bland-hawthorn, J. et al (2011). “Hexabundles: imaging fiber arrays for low-light astronomical applications”. Optics express 2649 vol. 19 no. 3.

Fiber-coupled spectrographs can observe multiple targets at the same time

Combine facts into stories

Combine facts into stories

Combine facts into stories

Combine facts into stories

Combine facts into stories

Combine facts into stories

Rewiring of Premalignancy and Cancer Airway Networks :: Summary Summary 1.  Using WGCNA identified gene coexpression modules 2.  Identified modules conserved between premalignancy and cancer conditions 3.  Identified modules differentially connected between disease and normal conditions Associations with abnormal cell proliferation, EGFR pathway, mitosis and transcription factors: NFKB1, FOXC1 4.  Identified central players (hubs) in interesting modules Associations with MAPK pathway, and regulation of cigarette smoke induced signaling Boston University Bioinformatics Student Seminar Ania Tassinari Apr 30, 2014

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Look, I know ! what’s best

How can I ! help you?

You can write your ! little script here

The script ! is everything

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