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Creating comprehensible scientific figures

9 September 2022

Learn how to visualize your scientific content.

In presentations and publications, scientific figures are the main means of conveying your research data and convincing the audience of your findings.

For this task your figures need to be comprehensible and as self-explanatory as possible. Achieving this level of understandability is not an easy task given the complex research findings different interpretation possibilities.

In this course you will:

  • Develop a clear figure message
  • Make the message visible in the graphic
  • Create self-explanatory figures instead of just showing data
  • Increase the message to noise ratio of a figure
  • Tackle color choice, color consistency and appearance
  • Choose the best representation format for the data
  • Test the figures with the other participants for comprehensibility

Please note: Given that this is a hands-on workshop, you need some figures that can be used as basis for the exercises. Please also bring your laptop as well as the needed programs for improving your figures. Details:

Creating comprehensible scientific figures
Venue: t.b.a. (on-site)
The trainer: Dr. Carsten Rohr, Munich
Registration: https://indico.desy.de/event/34677/

 


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Event Calendar
07 Jul. 2022 - 11:30
Speaker: Mohamed Younes Sassi (UNI/TH (Uni Hamburg, Institut fuer Theoretische Physik))
07 Jul. 2022 - 12:00
Speaker: Ruth Signorell (ETH Zürich)
Location: online
08 Jul. 2022 - 14:00
Speaker: David Leitner (Department of Chemistry, University of Nevada, Reno U.S.A.)
11 Jul. 2022 to 05 Aug. 2022
Location: Hamburg
11 Jul. 2022 - 13:00
TBA
Speaker: Albrecht Klemm (BCTP University of Bonn)
11 Jul. 2022 - 15:00
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