Reconstructing the mathematical paper

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Group 1 divided their paper up into sections that were outline and sections that were filling-in, a simple job for the diagrams, but a little more subtle when it came to the text

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Group 2 re-presented their paper as a comic strip, prioritising diagrams and adding a visualisation the theorem, and bringing annotations into the diagram to remove the need to switch between diagram and text. They suggested extending this by stepwise adding annotations, repeating images and adding annotations as they became relevant. Another participant noted that some outlets ask for graphic abstracts rather like this. The sequential math website (https://sequentialmath.com/) was also noted as a reference point.

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Group 3 worked on a colour-coding presentation of an argument, and attempting to present associated ideas on one page.

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Group 4 laid out the pages of the paper according to the way the argument progresses around the diagram