What will you learn?
- Three visual formats commonly used by researchers to present data – tables, charts, and diagrams
- Understand how they help complement the information in your paper
- How to create and format a table that highlights the impact and main findings of your research
Why should you enroll?
This course will help you understand the differences between three main visual formats – tables, charts, and diagrams – so that you can choose the format that is best suited for your data. The course also includes detailed tips on creating tables as well as formatting them and making them attractive and impactful. Towards the end of the course, you will know how to condense large amounts of information in a compact manner.
What topics will you cover?
Lecture 1: Introduction
Lecture 2: Objectives
Lecture 3: Data displays
Lecture 4: Choose the right data display
Lecture 5: Characteristics of good data display
Lecture 6: Introduction to tables
Lecture 7: Components of a table
Lecture 8: Table content
Lecture 9: Formatting table contents
Lecture 10: Notes in tables
Lecture 11: Dealing with large tables
Lecture 12: Presenting data in a table
Lecture 13: Summary