Here is a document I wrote up for the ecology grad students at my university, with tips on giving a good talk, and on some common statistical mistakes to avoid. As with all the advice I offer, it is far from comprehensive. For more comprehensive advice, see the resources compiled by Spencer Hall (click on ‘grad resources’).
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