March 03, 2005

Graphs


How do you feel when your project reviewer listens to your lecture for half-an hour and says “Yawn..So where are the graphs to prove it?” Most of them are unmindful of the amount of hard-work that had gone into your project. They certainly don’t understand that not all projects need graphs.

ALL THEY NEED IS SOME SQUIGGLY CURVES WITH X AND Y AXES.

Such people care more for the letter than for the spirit of rules n regulations. I am not going to crib about it anyway. If all they want is a graph, so be it. I have presented some readymade graphs that can be conveniently added to your project – you don’t need to pay royalty to me. ;)




And don’t forget to add some nice symbols like dy/dx or O(n logn).Such things add to the ‘value’ of your project!

2 comments:

Mekhala said...

Hey! This is what I found in my project review. Talk for more than ten seconds and your guide falls asleep. So, I showed them a couple of self explanatory slides, hoping visual stimulus is more efficient than an auditory one! I was right. The Committee member sank into a blissful stupor. Right when I had finished it all up, he comes back to this world with a question, "So what exactly are you doing?"

vikraman said...

The whole review process is an eye wash. They dont want to listen and we dont want to present :)