Editing Human Centered Data Science (Fall 2019)/Assignments

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=== A6: Final project presentation ===
 
=== A6: Final project presentation ===
For this assignment, you will give an in-class presentation of your final project. The goal of this presentation is to demonstrate that you are able to effectively communicate your research questions, methods, conclusions, and implications to a non-data-scientist audience.
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For this assignment, you will give an in-class presentation of your final project. The goal of this assignment is to demonstrate that you are able to effectively communicate your research questions, methods, conclusions, and implications to your target audience.
 
 
The presentation will be no more than 5 minutes long. Slides are not necessary, but are probably a good idea.
 
 
 
The presentation should demonstrate the following:
 
* Your ability to give a professional research presentation.
 
* Your ability to communicate the importance of your research to a specified audience (Imagine that you are pitching your project to directors/execs at a company you work for).
 
* Your ability to communicate the nature and implications of your findings in an accurate and compelling way.
 
* Your ability to do all of the above in a very short time (Hint: please practice beforehand and time yourself)
 
  
 
=== A7: Final project report ===
 
=== A7: Final project report ===

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