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  1. Tues. 9:30: Ngot Bui, Munish Gopal, Zhiming Zhang
  2. Tues. 9:45: Zachary Oster
  3. Tues. 10:00: DongHo? Hong, Sanghack Lee
  4. Tues. 10:15: Reka Kelemen, Akul Singhania
  5. Tues. 10:30: Sylvia Do, Xin Yin
  6. Thurs. 9:30: Ali Berens, Priyanka Surana
  7. Thurs. 9:45: Debkanta Chakraborty, Srihari Radhakrishnan, Chijioke Umunnakwe
  8. Thurs. 10:00: Chi-Jen Wang
  9. Thurs. 10:15: Jessica Kirkpatrick, Divita Mathur, Daniel Standage
  10. Thurs. 10:30: Feng Guo

Prepare a 10 minute presentation about your project.  The goal is to practice communicating clearly about a a scientific problem and the statistics you applied (or will apply) to it.  More important than delivering a lot of results is a demonstration of your ability to use statistical language clearly and correctly.  You should:

Teams have complete control over who and what will be presented.  Not everyone need present, but you will be evaluated by your audience and peers, one evaluation per presentation, so make sure you participate in preparation of the presentation even if you don't speak.

0Written Report
Prepare a scientific report describing your project.  Please fit your reports into 6 pages single-space pages including figures and tables, 1 inch margins.  More important than length is clarity and inclusion of these four parts:
I know some of you have done a lot of work and 6 pages may seem short, but you must be selective in what figures and results you choose to include in order to make your story as clear and compelling as possible.

Here are some examples of previous presentations and written reports that were rated well.

2009 Class Evaluation form
2009 Self and Peer Evaluation form

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