Guideline_for_Lab_Report

Guideline_for_Lab_Report - Calculation s -- Calculations...

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GUIDELINE FOR LAB REPORT An acceptable format is shown below. Use any clear, organized style that has all of these elements. TITLE/INFO (1 points): Descriptive title for the experiment. Be sure to record the date of performance and the name(s) of your coworker(s). Ex: "EE 375 Section#? Lab1 ……" April. 21, 2010 By XX XXX OBJECTIVE (1points): Concise statement of the objective of the experiment. Ex: To study the NMOS Inverter’s VTC. PROCEDURE (1points): Descriptions of the experimental procedure or method and the set-up used. RESULTS/ANALYSIS (6points): Results and data analysis -- data and observations, both quantitative and qualitative, that arises from your work. It should include all the data you taken with your analysis. This should not be the raw data for the experiment. It should be processed data, any comments or observations that you made. All recorded quantities must have units indicated. It is helpful to use TABLES, GRAPHS, etc. Tables should have titles, plots should have figure captions.
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Unformatted text preview: Calculation s -- Calculations done with the raw data. Provide one sample calculation in detail for each type that you did. This should also include any plots and their interpretation. Answer all the calculation questions. Questions Usually your report should include answers to all the questions in the lab manual. CONCLUSION (1points): This is where you draw conclusions based on the data obtained and the analysis done. Usually there is some kind of observed result along with an experimentally determined number or relationship. Technical conclusion is required. Personal conclusion is optional. __________________________________________________________________________________ NOTES: Units: All recorded quantities must have units indicated. Plots: Plots should have figure captions. Tables: Indicate measured/calculated quantity and units at the top of each column (see below). T (s) V (v) 1.0 1.4 2.5 2.1 4.0 3.5 Tables should have titles,...
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This note was uploaded on 08/13/2010 for the course EE EE 375 taught by Professor Breitenbach during the Spring '10 term at Cal Poly.

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