Stage 2: Present Tables and Figures

It is common practice to display your results in detail in the form of a table or figure. Tables are a means of presenting information accurately and concisely, while figures (graphs) can efficiently illustrate trends and comparisons. However, you also have to use language to introduce your table or figure and give it a title. Please note that we usually use the term 'figure' rather than 'graph'.

Tables

In Stage 2 you should present your results in tables and/or figures.

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Howard and Tim point out the problems students have with the values they calculate in their results (49s):

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