What is? Best Practice for presenting and visualising research results


Bio: "Tina is a lecturer in Social Statistics at the University of Manchester. She is a trained Demographer and has researched topics such as socio-economic factors for the onset of cardiovascular disease across different ethnic groups, fertility and family formation and dissolution process among ethnic groups and the effectiveness of compensation methods for missing data in bio-marker dataset.

This What is? talk is designed to draw attention to some common pitfalls and easy guidelines for presenting research outcome with en emphasis on visualising data and numbers. The content is tailored for academic topics but has applicability in many different situation and should provide some help with the daunting task of speaking and demonstrating the outcome of your own research. The workshop has no specific target audience; as the guidelines are fitting for UG; PGT; PGR as well as academic and non-academic staff.