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3 Forms of Presenting Data

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Kristine De Vera

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3 Forms of Presenting Data
Textual- Data can be presented using paragraphs or sentences. It involves enumerating important characteristics, emphasizing significant figures and identifying important features of data.
2 ways: Rearranging from lowest to highest or Using the stem-and-leaf plot
Example:
3 Forms of Presenting Data
Parts of Statistical Table
Types of Table

PARTS OF STATISTICAL TABLE:
NUMBER and TITLE
Every statistical table should have a number and a title.
Number your tables in the order in which you cite them in your report, paper or document.
A period should follow the number.
Make the title concise and no longer than two lines at most.
HEADINGS and SUBHEADINGS
Headings and subheadings identify and order the columns under which data will be presented in the body of your statistical table.
STUB
If your statistical table has a column at the far left, this column is called a stub and its heading is called a stub head.
BODY
The body of your statistical table presents the data gathered from your study or analysis.
NOTES
Table notes are necessary if there is anything in your statistical table that may not be clear to your reader at first glance.

TYPES OF TABLES:
Textual (Word) Tables
Oftentimes, you may need tables that have textual data in the body. Usually this is the case when you are dealing with qualitative data.
Statistical Table
These tables can present descriptive or inferential statistics or both.
Numerical Table
These are the most common types of data, which typically represent quantitative data.
Examples:
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