One of the best means of organizing research data is using tables. A thoughtfully built table is the starting point for all scientific analyses, from qualitative discussions to sophisticated statistical and graphical presentations. You can either use the one-dimensional tables or the two-dimensional tables. A one-dimensional table is simply a list of your results. The term “one dimension” means that each of your individual observations or data points is equivalent i.e. they are all answers to the same question. The only distinctions between the results are their particular numerical values and a natural way to organize a one-dimensional table of numbers is to list the values in numerical order.
On the other hand, a two-dimensional table shows two features of each result. The two features might be the length and the weight of each output from the experiment or the two features might be the volume of each output and the time when it was produced. For a two-dimensional table, each result is a pair of numbers e.g. (1, 2.5) or (16, 8). A natural way to organize a two dimensional table of pairs of numbers is to list the pairs in numerical order according t the firs number of the pair. By choosing the tabular form for organizing your research data, you can easily understand the collected data in an effective manner.
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