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Apresentation is not about !
sayingwhatyoudid,itisabout
helpingothersrememberit.!
Your job as a presenter is to!
connectth...
Apresentation is not about !
sayingwhatyoudid,itisabout
helpingothersrememberit.!
Your job as a presenter is to!
connectth...
Apresentation is not about !
sayingwhatyoudid,itisabout
helpingothersrememberit.!
Your job as a presenter is to!
connectth...
Apresentation is not about !
sayingwhatyoudid,itisabout
helpingothersrememberit.!
Your job as a presenter is to!
connectth...
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.
Spoken!
track
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...
the
noticing
asking
slides
effective
is
tokey
why
&things
What do you notice?
boxes have text arrows change width
have 3 dimensions
snake around
have gradients
have gradients
boxes have text arrows change width
have 3 dimensions
snake around
have gradients
have gradients
Why?
In silico screen 2.4 millon drug-like compounds
Rank top 20,000 compounds by scoring function
Optimize complexes and re-ra...
What do you notice?
bidirectional arrows
inhibitor arrow
wavy lines
virion
circles and spokes
two scenarios
arrow with a gradient
ellipse with...
bidirectional arrows
inhibitor arrow
wavy lines
virion
circles and spokes
two scenarios
arrow with a gradient
ellipse with...
JUNVJUNV
JUNVJUNV
JUNV
4816-0013
Z(PTAPdomain)
Tsg101
Z(PTAPL-domain)
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JUNV
Compound 13 inhibits budding by !
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MAKEOVER
slide
Secret
Santa
RNA – Split into three pipelines here
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5’ 3’
3’5’
5’3’
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cDNA
mRNA
RT-PCR
PCR – Split into two pipelines here
9...
3’
5’ 5’
3’
PCR – Split into two pipelines
9am 5pm
Process samples in an identical manner and compare clonal overlap
1. RN...
RNA labeling
RNA labeling
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.
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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Not legible (30pt)
zoom
out
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makeup
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blanks
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Results!
•  Trained models can
accurately discriminate
between regions in peak
and regions in flanks
•  Observed that DNas...
A plot
Foldchange
C1 Tube
A plot The abstract !
notion of a plot
“I don’t expect you to see this…”
Foldchange
C1 Tube
BENEFITS OF FIBER: GATHER LIGHT
•  ALLOW LIGHT FROM DIFFERENT LOCATIONS TO BE BROUGHT TO THE SAME INSTRUMENT.
•  SIMULTANE...
BENEFITS OF FIBER: GATHER LIGHT
•  HUNDREDS OF TARGETS VS JUST ONE; A GROUP IN CHINA: 4-M TELESCOPE, 5° FIELD OF
VIEW, 400...
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
bit.ly/craft_presentations
Avoid the rainbow palette!
Humans don’t perceive hue uniformly
vis4.net/labs/multihue
colourlovers.com/palettes/most-loved
thenounproject.com
fontsquirrel.com/fonts/list/hot
biased
every
tool is
Look, I know !
what’s best
How can I !
help you?
You can write your !
little script here
The script !
is everything
Click on the envelope !
to subscribe to the weekly !
Awesome Presentations Newsletter
There’s more !
where that came from ...
Creating effective slides without having to become a graphic designer
Creating effective slides without having to become a graphic designer
Creating effective slides without having to become a graphic designer
Creating effective slides without having to become a graphic designer
Creating effective slides without having to become a graphic designer
Creating effective slides without having to become a graphic designer
Creating effective slides without having to become a graphic designer
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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

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.

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  1. 1. having to graphic slides effective CREATING designer without become a nachocaballero
  2. 2. 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.
  3. 3. 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.
  4. 4. 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.
  5. 5. 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.
  6. 6. He knows he has ! to give a presentation.
  7. 7. He starts by building the slides.
  8. 8. The best ! presentation he ! could ever give
  9. 9. The presentation! he ends up giving.
  10. 10. He starts by ! writing the story.
  11. 11. He starts by ! writing the story.
  12. 12. Then, he builds! the slides.
  13. 13. Awesome! Presentation.
  14. 14. Spoken! track
  15. 15. Spoken! track Story
  16. 16. Spoken! track Story Visual! track Important ! points
  17. 17. As you can see from this plot… Move both tracks ! at the same speed Spoken! track Visual! track
  18. 18. As you can see from this plot… Move both tracks ! at the same speed Spoken! track Visual! track
  19. 19. 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
  20. 20. the noticing asking slides effective is tokey why &things
  21. 21. What do you notice?
  22. 22. boxes have text arrows change width have 3 dimensions snake around have gradients have gradients
  23. 23. boxes have text arrows change width have 3 dimensions snake around have gradients have gradients Why?
  24. 24. In silico screen 2.4 millon drug-like compounds Rank top 20,000 compounds by scoring function Optimize complexes and re-rank Visually select compounds for testing Test compounds experimentally Identify and test structural analogs
  25. 25. What do you notice?
  26. 26. bidirectional arrows inhibitor arrow wavy lines virion circles and spokes two scenarios arrow with a gradient ellipse with text bigger circle with text
  27. 27. bidirectional arrows inhibitor arrow wavy lines virion circles and spokes two scenarios arrow with a gradient ellipse with text bigger circle with text Why?
  28. 28. JUNVJUNV
  29. 29. JUNVJUNV
  30. 30. JUNV 4816-0013 Z(PTAPdomain) Tsg101 Z(PTAPL-domain) Tsg101 JUNV Compound 13 inhibits budding by ! blocking the interaction between ! PTAP & Tsg101
  31. 31. MAKEOVER slide Secret Santa
  32. 32. RNA – Split into three pipelines here ! 5’ 3’ 3’5’ 5’3’ 5’ 3’ 3’ 5’ cDNA mRNA RT-PCR PCR – Split into two pipelines here 9am 5pm Process samples in an identical manner and compare clonal overlap 1. 2. 3. 4. Sequencer - Repeat an identical sample Methods tests
  33. 33. 3’ 5’ 5’ 3’ PCR – Split into two pipelines 9am 5pm Process samples in an identical manner and compare clonal overlap 1. RNA – Split into three pipelines ! 5’ 3’ 5’ 3’ 3’ 5’cDNA mRNA RT-PCR 2. 3. 4.Sequencer - Repeat an identical sample Methods tests
  34. 34. RNA labeling
  35. 35. RNA labeling
  36. 36. The shadow cast by the nanoparticles (NP) on metal deposition is visible in the high-magnification images.
  37. 37. The shadow cast by the nanoparticles (NP) on metal deposition is visible in the high-magnification images.
  38. 38. The shadow cast by the nanoparticles (NP) on metal deposition is visible in the high-magnification images.
  39. 39. High-magnification images show the shadow cast by nanoparticles on metal deposition
  40. 40. Legible (52pt) Not legible (30pt)
  41. 41. zoom out remove makeup fill blanks the in the way
  42. 42. Solid&Oxide&Fuel&Cells& Components&of&SOFC:& •  Anode& •  Electrolyte& •  Cathode& & Commonly&studied&cathode& materials:& •  LSM& •  LSM=YSZ& •  LSCF& •  etc& & & 8& My&role& SOFC&at&BU&Powders&to&Cells& To&do…&SOFC?& hGp://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/4/42/Solid_oxide_fuel_cell.svg/508px=Solid_oxide_fuel_cell.svg.png&
  43. 43. Solid Oxide Fuel Cells h"p://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/4/42/Solid_oxide_fuel_cell.svg/508pxBSolid_oxide_fuel_cell.svg.pngC SOFC To doPowders to cell SOFC at BU LCSF
  44. 44. 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
  45. 45. A plot Foldchange C1 Tube
  46. 46. A plot The abstract ! notion of a plot “I don’t expect you to see this…” Foldchange C1 Tube
  47. 47. 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.
  48. 48. 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.
  49. 49. Fiber-coupled spectrographs can observe multiple targets at the same time
  50. 50. Combine facts into stories
  51. 51. Combine facts into stories
  52. 52. Combine facts into stories
  53. 53. Combine facts into stories
  54. 54. Combine facts into stories
  55. 55. Combine facts into stories
  56. 56. bit.ly/craft_presentations
  57. 57. Avoid the rainbow palette! Humans don’t perceive hue uniformly
  58. 58. vis4.net/labs/multihue
  59. 59. colourlovers.com/palettes/most-loved
  60. 60. thenounproject.com
  61. 61. fontsquirrel.com/fonts/list/hot
  62. 62. biased every tool is
  63. 63. Look, I know ! what’s best
  64. 64. How can I ! help you?
  65. 65. You can write your ! little script here
  66. 66. The script ! is everything
  67. 67. Click on the envelope ! to subscribe to the weekly ! Awesome Presentations Newsletter There’s more ! where that came from :)
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