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LIST OF FIGURES

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  • Presented By: Cengiz Kurtulus & George Cazorla LIST OF FIGURES
    • Figures add further meaning to a report. With them, the reader can have a better understanding of what the writer is trying to explain, compare, and accomplish within their writing.
    • If a report has more than 5 figures, then it should be numbered.
    • Next to the figure numbers, include a title for the graphs, pictures, drawings, charts, or maps being displayed within your report.
    • Include the page number of the entry to which the figures are displayed, into the Table of Contents.
    Information
    • Show imaginary objects that could not be photographed.
    • Displays parts that need to be seen within an object.
    • Inside parts are seen by providing cutaway views.
    • Show internal equipment fittings within an object.
    drawings
  • drawings
    • Display the object as it would appear in reality.
    • Show the real life functionality of an object.
    • Show the cause and effect of an event.
    • Show an event, as it occurs in a particular point in time.
    PICTURES
  • PICTURES
    • Show data in bars, in order to compare the events of one situation with others.
    • Show statistics which make a whole.
    • Visual representation of data from tables.
    BAR GRAPH
  • BAR GRAPH
    • Show variable trends in a period of time measured in amounts, sizes, rates, etc.
    • Compare two or more different sets of data in the same time period.
    • Visual interpretation of data from tables.
    LINE GRAPH
  • LINE GRAPH
    • Show pieces of percentages or quantities which make up a whole.
    • Show a quick visualization of topics for each piece of data, and their numerical value within the whole.
    • Visual display of data originating from lists or tables.
    PIE GRAPH
  • PIE GRAPH
  • Cengiz Kurtulus George Cazorla CREDITS