8 Further reading and sources of help

Where to get more help with using and interpreting tables, graphs, percentages, and with other aspects of numerical work.

Further reading

  • The Good Study Guide, by Andrew Northedge, published by The Open University, 2005, ISBN 0 7492 59744.

    Chapter 4 is entitled ‘Working with numbers’ and covers reading and describing tables, diagrams and graphs. Other chapters are entitled: ‘Reading and note taking’, ‘Other ways of
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