Beamer: A simple LaTeX presentation template

Beamer is used for preparing the presentation slides equivalent to Microsoft Powerpoint but without any cost. It outputs in a PDF format which can be opened and viewed without any distortion of quality and structure. The following code is a very simple beamer presentation which will help many of you to start making presentation right now.

LaTeX Code

\setbeamertemplate{frame numbering}[fraction]
\setbeamertemplate{bibliography item}{\insertbiblabel}
\setbeamercovered{transparent = 15}

\title{Accurate Prediction of Formylation PTM Site using Multiple Feature Fusion with LightGBM Resolving Data Imbalance Issue }
\subtitle{Post Translational Modification Prediction}
\author{S.M. Shovan$^*$, Md. Al Mehedi Hasan$^*$ , Md. Rabiul Islam$^*$ \\
Rajshahi University of Engineering \& Technology$^*$\vspace{14px} \\
\large{Presented by \\
S.M. Shovan}}
\institute{ }

\metroset{block= fill}


\begin{enumerate} \small

\item Post-translational modification (PTM)
\item Effects of PTM
\item Ways to identify PTMs
\item Background
\item Objective
\item Methodology
\item Dataset Selection
\item Feature Extraction
\item Feature Scaling
\item Feature Selection
\item Data Imbalance Issue
\item Classification
\item Measuring Matrices
\item Results
\item Conclusion
\item References


\begin{frame}[t]{Post-translational modification (PTM)}
\begin{block}{Central Dogma}
The \textit{process} of the formation of \textcolor{green}{protein} from \textbf{DNA}.
\caption{Central Dogma}

\begin{enumerate} \scriptsize

\item PTM is enzymatic modification of proteins following protein biosynthesis

\item There are 20 standard amino acids : A, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, K, L, M, N, P, Q, R, S, T, V, W, Y \cite{b1}


\column[t]{.5\textwidth} \scriptsize
\item The addition of a formyl functional group in the amino acid side chain is termed formylation.
\item A formyl functional group consists of a carbonyl bonded to hydrogen




\begin{thebibliography}{IEEEtrans} \scriptsize
\bibitem{b1} \scriptsize Bode, Ann M., and Zigang Dong. "Post-translational modification of p53 in tumorigenesis." \textit{Nature Reviews Cancer} 4.10 (2004): 793-805.




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