Data Presentation

Data Presentation and interpretation

Materials and Methods

Do NOT write like a recipe (1. Blah blah 2. Blah blah)
Write in past tense, third person – don’t identify people
Graphs
What question am I answering for my reader with this graph? – use this question to determine what kind of graph to use
Graph usually better than table
Pie graph used when percentages equal 100 percent
Axis labels are important to graphs
Do not leave “series 1” on the graph

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