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Unformatted text preview: xis label •  Y axis label •  Legend labels –  Make increments on the X and Y axes easy to read: increments of 0.1, 0.5, 1, 2, 5, 10, etc. depending on your numerical range… Don’t use numbers like .4356 –  Make sure everything is readable!!! Watch out for font size (min. = 8)! –  DO NOT just use the default selngs! Dr. Dr. Oliver Franke Figures R = 1.2 µm •  •  •  •  •  •  Axis Itles Legible axis lables (5- 6 max.) Legend CapIon Ideally start plots at 0 Reference every figure in text Pd40Cu30Ni10P20 Figure 1: text….. Dr. Dr. Oliver Franke Tables Table 1: text R = 1.2 µm R = 590 nm 2.2 GPa (200 µN) 2.7 GPa (100 µN) a in nm 47 24 Z in nm 23 12 τ (cyclic load) Dr. Dr. Oliver Franke References •  References –  References give credit to those you obtained informaIon from. –  THEY ARE IMPORTANT!! –  They will make your report more credible. They show you have researched the topic. •  Journal ArIcles •  Books •  ConversaIons •  Conference Papers •  Web Pages •  Any outside source of informaIon Dr. Dr. Oliver Franke References II •  References –  References are normally placed in endnotes at the end of a document. They are numbered normally in the order they appear in the document. –  When informaIon from a given reference is used, the author lets the reader know by explicitly staIng it AND referring the reader to the proper reference number. Dr. Dr. Oliver Franke References III...
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