There are sites available for all academic levels and it is important to find tips suitable to your needs.
College websites will have all sorts of details about table of contents development.
Fortunately, there are sources available with examples you can consider to make the creation process easier.
Below are a few tips on where to find example content.
data to be compared must be presented next to one another (before/after, young/old, male/female, etc.), and statistical information (means, standard deviations, N values) must be presented in separate parts of the table.
If possible, use canonical forms (such as ANOVA, regression, or correlation) to communicate your data effectively. Number all tables with Arabic numerals sequentially. Table 3a, 3b, 3c); instead, combine the related tables. Like the title of the paper itself, each table must have a clear and concise title. The heading should not be much wider than the widest entry in the column.Anywhere you can find an example research paper you are likely to find an example table of contents.You can find a number of examples through academic paper databases online.You can find a number of papers with table of contents information for review.Some databases may offer writing tips you can use to develop your own content.Most word processing software available today will allow you to create your own tables and figures, and even the most basic of word processors permit the embedding of images, thus enabling you to include tables and figures in almost any document. Visual material such as tables and figures can be used quickly and efficiently to present a large amount of information to an audience, but visuals must be used to assist communication, not to use up space, or disguise marginally significant results behind a screen of complicated statistics.Ask yourself this question first: Is the table or figure necessary?Homework help sites with tips on how to write research papers will have information on table of contents details.Students often are required to develop a table of contents for writing assignments.Copyright ©1995-2018 by The Writing Lab & The OWL at Purdue and Purdue University. This material may not be published, reproduced, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed without permission.Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our terms and conditions of fair use.