A09.207.8C.TablesGraphs - Displaying Data Tables and Graphs...

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Displaying Data: Tables and Graphs “A Picture is Worth a 1,000 Words”
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Components of a Table Table Number (e.g., Table 2.1) Title Column Headings (with units) Table Notes (footnotes) Data Source Use Dividing lines when necessary for readability Neatness counts! Learn to use Microsoft Excel
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Table 3.2 Tree cores from the study area used to limit the age of deglaciated surfaces Age of Inner Year Growth Glacier System Sample ID Species Growth Ring Began ±5 Diameter 1 Altitude 2 Collected Notes (A.D.) (A.D.) (cm) (m) (A.D.) Shakes SL-1 Spruce 1797 1782 46 20 1994 SK-2 M. Hemlock 1821 1806 41 20 1995 SK-6 M. Hemlock 1568 1553 46 20 1995 SL-16 M. Hemlock 1573 >1558 76 20 1994 near core 3 SM-9 W. Hemlock 1704 1689 69 10 1994 SM-26 Spruce 1713 >1698 66 10 1994 near core 3 Leconte BC-12 W. Hemlock 1421 >1406 56 40 1993 near core 3 TP-5 Spruce 1801 1786 76 10 1993 MC-1 Spruce 1666 >>1651 117 30 1993 outer 40 cm only MC-13 Spruce 1812 1797 71 15 1993 CC-4 Spruce 1800 1785 58 30 1993 CC-9 W. Hemlock 1774 1759 76 120 1993 CC-15 Spruce 1820 1805 61 5 1993 CC-21 Spruce 1811 1796 87 5 1993 CC-26 Y. Cedar 1356 1341 84 180 1993 WP-4 W. Hemlock 1870 1855 61 45 1993 D-2 Spruce 1913 1898 51 25 1993 RI-4 Spruce 1953 1938 25 25 1993 Patterson PR-4
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