Mini Course: Graphic Design in Science 1 of 2
A strong component of being a scientist is being able to communicate your research, very often through graphs, posters or illustrations. Most likely no one taught you how to do that stuff, but there are basic rules and guidelines for style, colors and layout that you should know.
In this course, we will talk about those rules specifically for scientific use as well as general good and bad practices, with plenty of discussions, concrete examples and hands-on exercises.
This course is suitable for people familiar with basic quantum mechanics.
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