Repost: The Comic Potential of Two Axes
Much of scientific communication consists of throwing up a graph and then explaining it. There are some basic procedures for doing this, many of which were probably ignored by the speaker at your most recent department seminar. Don’t be that mumbledy jerkface who never explains the numbers on his or her unintelligible axes!
I suggest that you use the following graphic prompt to practice giving talks in the style of your adviser, department chair, or another charmingly be-mannerism’d colleague:
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