Concrete before Abstract
This talk outlines a principle of technical communication which seems simple at first but is devilishly difficult to abide by. It's a principle I try to keep in mind when creating videos aimed at making math and related fields more accessible, and it stands to benefit anyone who regularly needs to describe mathematical ideas in their work. Put simply, it's to resist the temptation to open a topic by describing a general result or definition, and instead let examples precede generality. More than that, it's about finding the type of example which guides the audience to rediscover the general results for themselves. We'll look, aptly enough, at examples of what I mean by this, why it's deceptively difficult to follow, and why this ordering matters.
Data Scientists, Data wranglers and other Math Lovers
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