The goal of your presentation is to astound and interest your classmates. (Educating them is nice, also.) So think in terms of an “elevator pitch” for your research. Someone who has zero idea what you have done, but does know about data mining. Show a few viewgraphs.
I suggest being light on prose. Instead, show samples of the world you were investigating (e.g. real tweets), nice infographics about the problem or what you found, etc. This is practice for talking with an outside audience, and NOT for talking to academics.
Sign up for presentation sequence First come, first served, at https://doodle.com/poll/qyqwmfnaaf2ibaxw The times in this Doodle poll are wrong! Expect 5 minutes, so present 1 or 2 cool viewgraphs only.
Don’t forget guidance on final reports. It’s at https://bda2020.files.wordpress.com/2018/04/bda18-writing-your-final-report.pdf
It includes a rubric, checklist, etc. I am editing this document to make it more readable.
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