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You can include as many visualizations as you like, as long as you don't run too long.

However, if they are complex visualizations with multiple elements, then you need to give the audience time to understand each one. In particular, it's important to always explain what the x-axis and y-axis represent, and what each data point (or other graph element) represents. For some graphs, significantly more explaining will be necessary.

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Here is some information from the syllabus.

Team Presentation Objectives:
• Main goals:
◦ Demonstrate your paper’s key insights using good visual/oral communication skills!
◦ Demonstrate the data analysis process that you followed and techniques that you used.
• Minor goal: Briefly discuss any major lessons learned as a result of this project – either technical
skills, collaborative teamwork skills, etc.
Presentation Expectations:
• Your presentation audience is: fellow students, general audience – please invite friends, family, etc!
• I expect professional dress code, and professional demeanor throughout the presentation.
• Speak clearly and loudly enough for all to hear. Make eye contact with your audience.
• The presentation should be interesting/engaging, as well as informative.
• I would expect team presentations to take about 15-20 minutes, including time for questions.
• A rehearsal is HIGHLY recommended, to make it smooth and ensure your timing is all right.
• DO NOT: chew gum, look at your shoes, or have a private conversation with the chalkboard!

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