Unformatted text preview: etc. These types of answers will not receive full credit, even if they are correct. 6. Do not double space. 7. Code included in your report should be formatted like CODE . Use the “Courier” font for code and single space . Here is an example: 10 INPUT "What is your name: "; U$ 20 PRINT "Hello "; U$ 30 REM 40 INPUT "What percent grade do you deserve (0-100): "; N 8. All figures should have captions and labeled axes. 9. All figures should be appropriately sized and easily readable. Increase the ‘linewidth’ if plots are hard to see when printed. 10. A great lab report is short and to the point. The answers given are complete and the figures are understandable. A bad lab is too long. 11. Before submitting, check the lab write-up again to make sure that you have answered all questions and included all necessary code and figures! 12. Write your name and the title of the lab on top (You’d be surprised how often this is forgotten)....
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This note was uploaded on 12/28/2011 for the course ECE 158 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at UCSB.
- Fall '08