Dissertations and theses often include tables. One advantage of tables is that they allow you to present data in a clear and concise manner without having to provide a lengthy explanation in the text. This is particularly helpful in sections such as your results chapter.
The steps presented below will help to ensure that any tables you use in your dissertation follow the basic rules and standards.
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An appendix (or attachment) is a useful tool for providing additional information in a dissertation. You can use appendices to make sure your paper is not too long, avoid disrupting the text with a lot of tables and figures, and add background information on your topic.
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Sometimes you can conduct research from the comfort of your own desk, without actually going out into the “field.” But what exactly is “desk research”?
What’s desk research?
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