Live and breathe your work (5 images)

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  1. Brian_barrett

    Brian_barrett TPF Noob!

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    This collection doesn;t havea very good title. I was trying to take photos for a category "where I live", and thought that as a PhD student, I really do live in my data... but then i realised that would be stretching hte interpretation a little. So I'll post my collection here instead. I'm very interested to know what you like, and what you wish I had done differently.

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    these are interesting. i really like the last one, with your formulas on a post-it. when i was in chem and physics, my data never looked anything like this, although I guess spectrometry could be considered data and there was definitly a "science" to reading those things... are these from a seismograph or something? the paper almost looks textured or 3D
     
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    Thanks, These are actually Ground Penetrating Radar data collected from a glacier. The dark line across the middle of the profile is the reflection of the signal from the bottom of the glacier. I know these will be appreciated by other geophysicists, but I'm hoping they can be asthetically pleasing with out knowledge of the science. I think I agree that number 5 is the closest at achieving this.
     

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