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In this blog a researcher works through their two favourite storytelling 'tools' to apply narrative to research communication.

If you've ever wondered how to make your data tell a story, this article written on the UC Davis University of California graduate student blog takes two popular storytelling tools (the throughline, and the 'and, but, therefore' method) and applies them to their research an as example of how storytelling can be used to create effective research communication.

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