Séminaire TIL : Méthodologie de recherche (3/4) (Vidéo)

Séminaire TIL

25-28 Janvier 2016 – Hôpital Charles Foix

Titre : Méthodologie de recherche (3/4)

Auteur (s) : Dr Witold Jarzebowski


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2.1 Tables

Experiments or surveys usually generate a lot of information from which it is possible to draw conclusions. Such information is called data. Data are often presented in newspapers or books.

One convenient way to present data is in a table. For instance, the nutrition panel on the back of a food packet:

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If I have seen farther than others, it is because I was standing on the shoulders of giants.

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