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08_Tables and Graphics (Ch7)

08_Tables and Graphics (Ch7)

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Published by Ahmad Shdifat
Technical Writing
Hashemite University
Technical Writing
Hashemite University

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Published by: Ahmad Shdifat on Jul 29, 2012
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Ch7
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Constructing Tables and Graphics
1.Tables:Rows and columns of numbers andwords 2.Graphs:Represent data using lines thatcreep up and down from left to right.Indicating changes in the data across time3. Charts:Use bars, pie slices, or otherinventive means to enable comparisons ofdata. The most common types are bar chartsand pie charts4. Photographs:Supply lots of details (insome cases, too much). They are useful forexample when you want to show a model ofa new product
 
Ch7
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Constructing Tables and Graphics
5. Drawings:Simplified illustrations of objects,people, and places, you see plenty of drawingsused in instructions. They strip awayextraneous (unrelated) detail and focus on thekey objects and actions6. Diagrams:Abstract illustrations of objects.They focus on infrastructure. Diagrams canalso be used to illustrate nonphysical thingssuch as concepts.An organizational chart of acompany is a typical example. A flowchart of aproduction process is another.
 
Ch7
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Constructing Tables and Graphics
 
Rows and columns ofdata (words or numbers)Table

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