Lab Report Guidelines

Lab Report Guidelines - Lab Report Guidelines EE 341 Spring...

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Lab Report Guidelines EE 341 Spring 2011 As you can imagine, it helps to be able to present your work effectively. You may be the best engineer out there but failure to communicate that information can mean the difference between a promotion and being overlooked completely. In short, it pays to write a good report – especially for this class where you don’t have to demo. I understand that it appears to be an exercise in futility or character building but in fact it helps make everyone’s life better. General Advice: Answer the questions! Be sure you provide what the lab assignment asks for, no more and no less. Be concise. Use as many words as needed but there is no need to discuss how the lab fits into the scheme of the universe. Use evidence. Provide MATLAB graphs and code to support your claims and observations. Again, since there is no demo, simply saying you did the task given without any proof is no good.
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