How to give talks?

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Talks

° Unlike posters, you can give the same talk at different conferences.

° The most important thing when giving talks is to perfect the talk before the conference by giving practice talks to your peers where you receive feedback and critiques about your performance.

° Its polite to have your title slide or first slide list out your collaborators.

° You may want to bring notes or an outline of what you are going to say because if the powerpoint projector doesn't work for some reason you won't be able to use the slides to guide what you are going to say next.

° When presenting complex data (such as path models, graphs/charts with multiple conditions, etc) you may want to present each piece step-by-step because you can describe the purpose/result for each part of the data as you reveal each piece.

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