Data Presentation: Charts, Figures, and Tables

Increased Awareness of Latest Concepts for Presenting Research Data | Conducted by Mr. Duncan Nicholas

Course Description

Research papers are often based on copious amounts of data that can be summarized and easily read through tables and graphs. When writing a research paper, it is important for data to be presented to the reader in a visually appealing way.hen writing a research paper, the importance of tables and figures cannot be underestimated.

 After studying this course you will have more information about he following:

1. Resources for making figures and tables

2. Ethical ways of acquiring and manipulating figures

3. Types of charts and their utility

Mr. Duncan Nicholas
Mr. Duncan Nicholas
ex-Managing Editor, Taylor & Francis

Mr. Nicholas has more than 12 years experience in the academic publishing industry. At T&F, he was responsible for managing more than 30 journals and was also the founding member of Journal Development Team. He has been a part of several notable international organizations such as ALPSP, INASP, SSP, ISMTE, and EASE. He is also a Council Member of European Association of Science Editors (EASE) and Chair of the 2017-2018 Organizing committee of ISMTE.

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