For our final class, we will focus on how to communicate the results of your analyses to others. We will look at strategies for giving effective presentations / speeches as well as best practices for designing slides.

To get started, open up a notebook (physical, digital…whatever you take notes in best), and take notes while you watch this short video on how to start a speech:


After watching the above video, read through Wilke Chapter 29 - Telling a story and making a point.


EMSE 4197 (CRN 78916): Exploratory Data Analysis - Spring 2020
George Washington University | School of Engineering & Applied Science
Dr. John Paul Helveston | jph@gwu.edu | Wednesdays | 12:45–3:15 PM | District House B205 | |
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