Presenting data in tables and graphs is an important part of practical chemistry as they allow the reader to quickly get a feel for experimental results without reading through pages of text.

After working through this topic you will be able to:

  • present data in tables and graphs;
  • appreciate some of the difficulties students experience when trying to interpret data from tables and graphs; and
  • use a range of strategies to help students improve their confidence when working with tables and graphs.
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