This volume presents the basics forms of visual presentations of all types. The author shows how to design and create diagrams, posters, slides, graphic software, charts, and graphs to illustrate a point. She demonstrates topics such as when to use a figure, and how much information can be represented in one. This work provides examples of bad, good, and better graphs and tables that one might use in a presentation. She maintains that it is important to focus on the target audience, and to learn that a figure prepared for an article may not be ideal for a slide or an overhead. The author also presents information on presenting DNA sequences, protein structures, and other molecular graphics among other topics.... 159, 165 MacPaint, 159 Magnification, photomicrographs, 30 Mailing, 114 Mailing box, 148 Mailing tube, 149 Manual ... 164 One-column journal, 105, 108- 110 Open Reading Frame, 60-61 Optical disk, 34 Order of placement, 20 ordinate, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Preparing Scientific Illustrations|
|Author||:||Mary H. Briscoe|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 1996-01|