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Unformatted text preview:   What did we do? Just the facts! Dr. Dr. Oliver Franke Structure III 4.5 Results •  •  •  So, what actually happened? Just the facts… Graphs, tables. (Never ever ever ever include lengthy tables that are ploNed. Ever.) 4.6 Discussion •  •  •  What do you make of all this? What does it mean? Are the results consistent with the original ideas in the introducIon? Why/why not? 4.7 Conclusions/Summary •  •  So what? This is the 2nd most likely part to be read. Dr. Dr. Oliver Franke Structure III 4.8 References •  •  Helps make your report more credible. Required for any used outside informaIon. 4.9 Appendix •  Any informaIon that you think might be useful for the reader but doesn’t belong in the body of your report. •  lengthy equaIon derivaIons •  AddiIonal graphs •  Etc. Dr. Dr. Oliver Franke 4. 10 Figures, tables and references •  Figures & Tables –  Proper presentaIon of figures and tables is vital in relaIng important info and results. –  Important figures and tables should go in the body of the text. –  Every figure and table should have a clear, descripIve capIon that explains what it is showing •  A gure capIon goes at the boNom of the figure •  A table capIon goes at the top of the table –  A Table’s columns should be well labeled. Units should be included if necessary. Dr. Dr. Oliver Franke 4. 10 Figures, tables and references •  Figures & Tables –  Likewise, a figure should also be well labeled •  X a...
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