History of Climatology of Tornadoes in the St. Louis Metropolitan Area

Order Description
This all needs to be put into one powerpoint slide. I will give you my data that i got from noaa and tornado history project. I will give you an example of an example poster. You need to go off of that because the finished slide you make should have the same set up as the example poster. You need to only use the data that i give you which is in an excel file that i will upload to you. You need to calculate the mean, median, mode, correlation, regression, standard deviation, variance, etc. and put into a table on the slide. You need to make graphs/charts like the example poster show that i will be uploading to shortly. YOU CAN ONLY USE THE SOURCE THAT I GIVE YOU IN MY ANNOTATED BIB WHICH I WILL UPLOAD TO YOU.
An illustrated poster is a presentation of the research problem, data, methods, results, discussion and conclusions displayed on a poster board. In addition, a short (3-5 minute) oral presentation will be given. The oral presentation is followed by one-on-one or small group discussion with audience members. All students who plan to graduate during a given semester and who chose this option will present their illustrated posters during the same scheduled time period. Department faculty will be in attendance to hear presentations, discuss posters one-on-one with students, and participate in evaluating students’ work. Illustrated posters will be graded using a standard rubric. The rubric tells you the criteria used to evaluate your senior assignment; consequently, you are strongly encouraged to review this rubric prior to beginning your senior assignment project.

Effective posters marry good research with good visual display. They include clear, easily identifiable objectives, an appropriate size font, good graphics, and strong organization. Below are some websites that can help you plan your poster. Keep in mind that you will submit a draft of your poster mid-semester to ensure that you are on the right track.
Poster Guidelines

Your faculty supervisor can give you advice on how to create, save, and print your poster. Below are some general guidelines to follow.

Content: Your poster should include (1) author and affiliation (your name, supervisor’s name, and the Geography Department); (2) title; (3) background or introduction; (4) methods and materials; (5) results; (6) conclusions; and, (7) acknowledgements.
How to create your poster: You can use a variety of software programs to create your poster, including PowerPoint.
Poster size: 34″ x 44″ (printed on a large format printer in color).
How to print your poster: posters should be saved as PDFs. You can print one (and only one) copy of your poster on the department’s large format printer. Your faculty supervisor will advise you when your poster is ready to print, and must assist you in printing the poster.