Planck–ATCA Co-eval Observations

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301387 – RPPGSDr Ivan BojičićSHORT TIPSON PREPARINGPAPERPRESENTATION1) PICK A PAPER2) PREPARE OUTLINE– you need to know what you talking about (i.e. readthe paper)– make an outline (summarise the most importantparts of the paper)– what is the general topic– what is the specific scope of the paper– what is the research question– what is the methodological approach– how is the data collected (experiment, survey,…)– what are the main findings– are there any problems/open questions– what is your opinion of the paper2) CONSTRUCT PRESENTATION OUTLINE– now make the outline of your presentation– Introduction: why you picked this paper (what isthe topic and why is important)– Methodology: what exactly authors of the paperdid to solve the research question– Results: what are the main findings of the paper– Conclusion: do you agree or disagree with some(or all) of the presented findings, do you thinkthey can be improved, do you have some coolidea for a future study on the same topic2) CONSTRUCT PRESENTATION– Title Page: (obviously a title of the paper, authorsand your name) 1 slideMNRAS 455, 3249–3262 (2016) doi:10.1093/mnras/stv2561The Planck–ATCA Co-eval Observations project: analysis of radio sourceproperties between 5 and 217 GHzMarcella Massardi,1‹ Anna Bonaldi,2 Laura Bonavera,3 Gianfranco De Zotti,4,5Marcos Lopez-Caniego3 and Vincenzo Galluzzi1,61INAF, Osservatorio di Radioastronomia, Via Gobetti 101, I-40129 Bologna, Italy2Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics, School of Physics and Astronomy, The University of Manchester, Oxford Road, Manchester M13 9PL, UK3European Space Agency, ESAC, Planck Science Office, Camino bajo del Castillo, s/n, Urbanizacion Villafranca del Castillo, Villanueva de la Ca ´ nada, ˜E-28692, Madrid, Spain4INAF, Osservatorio Astronomico di Padova, Vicolo dell’Osservatorio 5, I-35122 Padova, Italy5SISSA, via Bonomea 265, I-34136 Trieste, Italy6Dipartimento di Fisica e Astronomia, Universita di Bologna, via Ranzani 1, I-40126 Bologna, Italy `Accepted 2015 October 29. Received 2015 October 27; in original form 2015 July 21ABSTRACTThe Planck–ATCA Co-eval Observations (PACO) project has yielded observations of 464sources with the Australia Telescope Compact Array (ATCA) between 4.5 and 40 GHz. Themain purpose of the project was to investigate the spectral properties of mm-selected radiosources at frequencies below and overlapping with the ESA’s Planck satellite frequency bands,minimizing the variability effects by observing almost simultaneously with the first two Planckall-sky surveys. In this paper we present the whole catalogue of observations in total intensity.By comparing PACO with the various measures of Planck Catalog of Compact SourcesPresented byIvan Bojicic (1000000)Western Sydney University03/09/20202) CONSTRUCT PRESENTATION– Introduction:– how did you find this paper– why the topic is important– use the parts of their introduction in combinationwith material from other papers,– use images/figures which “gently” introduce thetopic to general audience,– if it relates to every-day issues, use it– 1-2* slides2) CONSTRUCT PRESENTATION– Research Question/Objective:– paraphrase the exact question/objective from thepaper (usually in the introduction of the paper)– clearly state what they wanted to do in as muchtechnical language as possible (this is nowmaterial for the “experts”)– you can also briefly state findings– 1-2* slides2) CONSTRUCT PRESENTATION– Methodology:– clearly explain how they collected the data (showexcerpt of a table, instrument, survey page, etc),– what statistical methods did they use,– are there any interesting plots/graphs showingresults from the analysis– YOU DON’T HAVE TO PRESENT ALL FIGURESjust pick the most interesting/useful ones– 2-4* slides2) CONSTRUCT PRESENTATION– Results:– what are the conclusions of the paper,– do they make any sense– are they in agreement with stated hypothesis,– are the results in agreement with currentparadigm,– how important are the results (how influential thispaper is by your opinion)– 1- 3* slides2) CONSTRUCT PRESENTATION– Conclusion:– your personal comments– critique (misinterpreted results, speculativelanguage, statistics ambiguous etc)– compliments (readable, well presented,informative figures, etc)– References0-1* slides3) TECHNICAL– Text– use the same font everywhere– use different colours to emphasise somethingimportant not to make slide pretty– font size should be minimum 18 (24 is evenbetter)– less text is better, if possible avoid textcompletely– reading from slides is bad!3) TECHNICAL– Images– must have caption and image source*– if it’s there you must talk about it– avoid having more than 3 images on a slide (1 isthe best, 2 is ok, 3 is doable)* for the “real life” presentation, in this case if the image is from the paper you presenting thesource is not requiredGlobal digital terrain HEALPix example.Image Source3) TECHNICAL– Tables– must have caption and source– if it’s there you must talk about it– do not show long tables (show just few rows asan example)– do not read all numbers from tables (but you talkabout ranges or specific and interesting values)– explain most important columns (not all columnsplease)3) TECHNICAL– References– format is not important as long as it’s clear– place a bibliography at the end3) TECHNICAL– Use any software but I strongly recommendZoom– Do not record yourself presenting (the file will betoo large for upload)– If you using PowerPoint check your audio files

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