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Reported by: Olazo, Jamaica
WMSU-ESU Molave
Definition
TABLE is a pictorial representation of
numerical or non-numerical information
“arranged in vertical columns under
category headings so they can easily be
compared”
• An example of a non-prose form that
represent some messages of a given
text
• A table may be spot or non-spot;
simple or complex.
Reportedby:Olazo,Jamaica
WMSU-ESUMolave
Difference
Spot Table – is a table of data, that is a part of a
prose paragraph or composition.
Non-spot Table – is a table by itself and not a part
of any developing prose text.
Simple Table – contains data comparable on only
one basis.
Complex Table – contains a large amount of data
structures in several columns.
Whether spot or non-spot, simple or complex, it contains either
numerical data or non-numerical data.
And, whether spot or non-spot, it may be simple or complex and vice versa.
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WMSU-ESUMolave
columns
rows
Cell - the intersection of a
row and a column
Reportedby:Olazo,Jamaica
WMSU-ESUMolave
CONSTRUCTING AND
INTERPRETING A TABLE
• Constructing a Table means converting a
body of written prose texts into a simple
table or complex table as a non-spot or spot
illustration.
• Interpreting a Table means converting a
table into a prose form.
Ex. The “Population Table” above shows that there were two
countries and the total population is 315,000,000. The respective
number of people on each country differ from each other. The
Philippines has a total number of 150,000,000 people while South
Korea has 165,000,000. Therefore; Korea has great number of
population compared to the Philippines.
POPULATION TABLE
Country Population
Philippines 150,000,000
South Korea 165,000,000
Reportedby:Olazo,Jamaica
WMSU-ESUMolave
Steps in CONSTRUCTING a
Simple non-spot/ spot tables:
First,
draw the
columns
and rows
needed
to make
a table.
Reportedby:Olazo,Jamaica
WMSU-ESUMolave
Second,
state a
main title
for it,
writing it
on top of
the
drawn
table.
Tourist Arrivals in May 2004
Steps in CONSTRUCTING a
Simple non-spot/ spot tables:
Reportedby:Olazo,Jamaica
WMSU-ESUMolave
Tourist Arrivals in May 2004
Tourists Number of Arrivals
Third, if
you have
sub-
headings
for your
title, state
them
horizontal
ly with
each one
making a
column.
Steps in CONSTRUCTING a
Simple non-spot/ spot tables:
Reportedby:Olazo,Jamaica
WMSU-ESUMolave
Tourist Arrivals in May 2004
Tourists Number of Arrivals
Americans 5,435
Englishmen 2,006
Frenchmen 1,890
Spaniards 2,072
Germans 5,234
Puerto Ricans 1,351
Japanese 7,045
Taiwanese 4,674
Koreans 3,216
Malaysian 3,004
Indonesians 2,008
Pakistanis 1352
Jordanians 1,023
Fourth,
give the
numerical
data
meant to
quantify
vertically
each sub-
heading.
Steps in CONSTRUCTING a
Simple non-spot/ spot tables:
Reportedby:Olazo,Jamaica
WMSU-ESUMolave
Tourist Arrivals in May 2004
Tourists Number of Arrivals
Americans 5,435
Englishmen 2,006
Frenchmen 1,890
Spaniards 2,072
Germans 5,234
Puerto Ricans 1,351
Japanese 7,045
Taiwanese 4,674
Koreans 3,216
Malaysian 3,004
Indonesians 2,008
Pakistanis 1352
Jordanians 1,023
Grand Total 40,310
Fifth,
state the
total of
the
numerical
data laid
down.
Steps in CONSTRUCTING a
Simple non-spot/ spot tables:
Reportedby:Olazo,Jamaica
WMSU-ESUMolave
Sixth,
compare
the
numerical
data in
terms of
rank like
form
highest to
lowest or
vice-
versa, or
from
biggest to
smallest
or vice
versa, etc.
Tourist Arrivals in May 2004
Tourists Number of Arrivals
Japanese 7,045
Americans 5,435
Germans 5,234
Taiwanese 4,674
Koreans 3,216
Malaysian 3,004
Spaniards 2,072
Indonesians 2,008
Englishmen 2,006
Frenchmen 1,890
Pakistanis 1,352
Puerto Ricans 1,351
Jordanians 1,023
Grand Total 40,310
Steps in CONSTRUCTING a
Simple non-spot/ spot tables:
Reportedby:Olazo,Jamaica
WMSU-ESUMolave
Sixth,
compare
the
numerical
data in
terms of
rank like
form
highest to
lowest or
vice-versa,
or from
biggest to
smallest or
vice versa,
etc.
Tourist Arrivals in May 2004
Tourists Number of Arrivals
Americans 5,435
Englishmen 2,006
Frenchmen 1,890
Spaniards 2,072
Germans 5,234
Puerto Ricans 1,351
Japanese 7,045
Taiwanese 4,674
Koreans 3,216
Malaysian 3,004
Indonesians 2,008
Pakistanis 1352
Jordanians 1,023
Grand Total 40,310
Fifth,
state the
total of
the
numerical
data laid
down.
Steps in CONSTRUCTING a
Simple non-spot/ spot tables:
Tourist Arrivals in May 2004
Tourists Number of Arrivals
Japanese 7,045
Americans 5,435
Germans 5,234
Taiwanese 4,674
Koreans 3,216
Malaysian 3,004
Spaniards 2,072
Indonesians 2,008
Englishmen 2,006
Frenchmen 1,890
Pakistanis 1,352
Puerto Ricans 1,351
Jordanians 1,023
Grand Total 40,310
Reportedby:Olazo,Jamaica
WMSU-ESUMolave
Steps in INTERPRETING a
Simple non-spot/ spot tables:
First, state the main title on top
of the drawn table.
Second, state the total figure
involved, if possible.
Third, state the breakdown of
the total figure from top row to
bottom row.
Fourth, build up the comparison in
terms of highest to lowest or of other
comparable data.
Fifth, summarize the general
impact of the whole table.
This table “Tourist Arrivals in May, 2004” shows that
there were thirteen kinds of tourists that arrived in may 2004 and
all were 40,310. These tourists in their respective numbers were
the Americans, 5,435; Englishmen, 2,006; Frenchmen, 1,890;
Spaniards, 2,072; Germans 5,234; Puerto Ricans, 1,351;
Japanese, 7,045; Taiwanese, 4,674; Koreans, 3,216; Malaysian,
3,004; Indonesians, 2,008; Pakistanis, 1,352; and Jordanians,
1,023. It turned out that among all these tourists, the Japanese
were the greatest in number while the Jordanians were the least.
Reportedby:Olazo,Jamaica
WMSU-ESUMolave
Tourist Arrivals in May 2004
Tourists No. of Arrivals
Japanese 7,045
Americans 5,435
Germans 5,234
Taiwanese 4,674
Koreans 3,216
Malaysian 3,004
Spaniards 2,072
Indonesians 2,008
Englishmen 2,006
Frenchmen 1,890
Pakistanis 1,352
Puerto Ricans 1,351
Jordanians 1,023
Grand Total 40,310
This table “Tourist
Arrivals in May, 2004” shows
that there were thirteen kinds of
tourists that arrived in may 2004
and all were 40,310. These
tourists in their respective
numbers were the Americans,
5,435; Englishmen, 2,006;
Frenchmen, 1,890; Spaniards,
2,072; Germans 5,234; Puerto
Ricans, 1,351; Japanese, 7,045;
Taiwanese, 4,674; Koreans,
3,216; Malaysian, 3,004;
Indonesians, 2,008; Pakistanis,
1,352; and Jordanians, 1,023. It
turned out that among all these
tourists, the Japanese were the
greatest in number while the
Jordanians were the least.
Reportedby:Olazo,Jamaica
WMSU-ESUMolave
Steps in CONSTRUCTING a
Complex non-spot/ spot tables:
First,
draw the
columns
and rows
needed
to make
a table.
Reportedby:Olazo,Jamaica
WMSU-ESUMolave
Steps in CONSTRUCTING a
Complex non-spot/ spot tables:
Second,
state a
main title
for it,
writing it
on top of
the
drawn
table.
May, 2004 sales Of Gold Label Ice Cream
(In Gallon)
(From May 1 to May 31)
Reportedby:Olazo,Jamaica
WMSU-ESUMolave
Steps in CONSTRUCTING a
Complex non-spot/ spot tables:
May, 2004 sales Of Gold Label Ice Cream
(In Gallon)
(From May 1 to May 31)
Flavors 1-7 8-14 15-21 22-28 29-31 Total
Cappuccino
Buko Melon
Fruit Salad
Super Mocca
Rocky Road
Ube Macapuno
Weekly Total
Third,
if you have
sub-
headings
for your
title, state
them
horizontall
y with
each one
making a
column.
Reportedby:Olazo,Jamaica
WMSU-ESUMolave
Steps in CONSTRUCTING a
Complex non-spot/ spot tables:
May, 2004 sales Of Gold Label Ice Cream
(In Gallon)
(From May 1 to May 31)
Flavors 1-7 8-14 15-21 22-28 29-31 Total
Cappuccino 58 64 61 58 62
Buko Melon 60 67 55 57 60
Fruit Salad 70 69 65 68 72
Super Mocca 66 66 70 69 65
Rocky Road 67 64 73 70 72
Ube Macapuno 68 61 65 68 70
Weekly Total
Fourth,
give the
numerical
data
meant to
quantify
vertically
each sub-
heading.
Reportedby:Olazo,Jamaica
WMSU-ESUMolave
Steps in CONSTRUCTING a
Complex non-spot/ spot tables:
May, 2004 sales Of Gold Label Ice Cream
(In Gallon)
(From May 1 to May 31)
Flavors 1-7 8-14 15-21 22-28 29-31 Total
Cappuccino 58 64 61 58 62
Buko Melon 60 67 55 57 60
Fruit Salad 70 69 65 68 72
Super Mocca 66 66 70 69 65
Rocky Road 67 64 73 70 72
Ube Macapuno 68 61 65 68 70
Weekly Total 359 391 389 390 401
Fifth,
state the
total of
the
numerical
data laid
down in
each
column.
Reportedby:Olazo,Jamaica
WMSU-ESUMolave
Steps in CONSTRUCTING a
Complex non-spot/ spot tables:
May, 2004 sales Of Gold Label Ice Cream
(In Gallon)
(From May 1 to May 31)
Flavors 1-7 8-14 15-21 22-28 29-31 Total
Cappuccino 58 64 61 58 62 303
Buko Melon 60 67 55 57 60 299
Fruit Salad 70 69 65 68 72 344
Super Mocca 66 66 70 69 65 336
Rocky Road 67 64 73 70 72 346
Ube Macapuno 68 61 65 68 70 332
Weekly Total 359 391 389 390 401
Sixth,
state the
total
amount or
quantity
of all
numbers
involved.
Reportedby:Olazo,Jamaica
WMSU-ESUMolave
Steps in CONSTRUCTING a
Complex non-spot/ spot tables:
Seventh,
compare
the
numerical
data in
terms of
rank like
form
highest to
lowest or
vice-versa,
or from
biggest to
smallest or
vice versa,
etc.
May, 2004 sales Of Gold Label Ice Cream
(In Gallon)
(From May 1 to May 31)
Flavors 1-7 8-14 15-21 22-28 29-31 Total
Cappuccino 58 64 61 58 62 303
Buko Melon 60 67 55 57 60 299
Fruit Salad 70 69 65 68 72 344
Super Mocca 66 66 70 69 65 336
Rocky Road 67 64 73 70 72 346
Ube Macapuno 68 61 65 68 70 332
Weekly Total 359 391 389 390 401
Reportedby:Olazo,Jamaica
WMSU-ESUMolave
Steps in CONSTRUCTING a
Complex non-spot/ spot tables:
May, 2004 sales Of Gold Label Ice Cream
(In Gallon)
(From May 1 to May 31)
Flavors 1-7 8-14 15-21 22-28 29-31 Total
Cappuccino 58 64 61 58 62 303
Buko Melon 60 67 55 57 60 299
Fruit Salad 70 69 65 68 72 344
Super Mocca 66 66 70 69 65 336
Rocky Road 67 64 73 70 72 346
Ube Macapuno 68 61 65 68 70 332
Weekly Total 359 391 389 390 401 1,960
Eighth,
sum up
the whole
data into
one
general
impact.
Reportedby:Olazo,Jamaica
WMSU-ESUMolave
Steps in INTERPRETING a
Complex non-spot/ spot tables:
First, state the main heading or
the title.
Second, state the total figure
given, if possible.
Third, state the sub-headings
running horizontally.
Sixth and finally, summarize
the whole table.
Fifth, compare data horizontally
and vertically.
May, 2004 Sales of Gold Label Ice Cream shows that the total sales of Gold Label
Ice Cream in May was 1,960 gallons. This is the figure resulting from the sale of
six flavors in four weeks, May 1-7, May 8-14, May 15-21, May 22-28 and the
remaining three days, May 29-31. The six flavors are Cappuccino, Buko Melon,
Fruit Salad, Super Mocca, Rocky Road, and Ube Macapuno. From May 1-7, the
sale was 380 gals; form May 8-14, 391; for May 15-21,389; from May 22-28,390;
and from May 29-31, 401. The last three days with 401 was the highest selling
period, followed by the second week, May 18-14, with 391; then by the fourth
week, May 21-28, with 390 while the first week, May 1-7; and the third week, May
15-21, were the same with 389. Among all the flavors, the Rocky Road was the
highest selling at 346 gals; the ruit salad next at 344; then the Super Mocca at
366; followed by Ube Macapuno at 332; the Cappuccino at 303; and the Buko
Melon as the lowest selling at 209 gals. Only. This is Gold Label in May,2004.
Fourth, take up each horizontal
heading vertically.
May, 2004 sales Of Gold Label Ice Cream
(In Gallon)
(From May 1 to May 31)
Flavors 1-7 8-14 15-21 22-28 29-31 Total
Cappuccino 58 64 61 58 62 303
Buko Melon 60 67 55 57 60 299
Fruit Salad 70 69 65 68 72 344
Super Mocca 66 66 70 69 65 336
Rocky Road 67 64 73 70 72 346
Ube Macapuno 68 61 65 68 70 332
Weekly Total 359 391 389 390 401 1,960
This table, May, 2004 Sales of Gold Label Ice Cream shows that the total sales of Gold Label Ice
Cream in May was 1,960 gallons. This is the figure resulting from the sale of six flavors in four
weeks, May 1-7, May 8-14, May 15-21, May 22-28 and the remaining three days, May 29-31. The six
flavors are Cappuccino, Buko Melon, Fruit Salad, Super Mocca, Rocky Road, and Ube Macapuno.
From May 1-7, the sale was 380 gals; form May 8-14, 391; for May 15-21,389; from May 22-28,390;
and from May 29-31, 401. The last three days with 401 was the highest selling period, followed by
the second week, May 18-14, with 391; then by the fourth week, May 21-28, with 390 while the first
week, May 1-7; and the third week, May 15-21, were the same with 389. Among all the flavors, the
Rocky Road was the highest selling at 346 gals; the ruit salad next at 344; then the Super Mocca at
366; followed by Ube Macapuno at 332; the Cappuccino at 303; and the Buko Melon as the lowest
selling at 209 gals. Only. This is Gold Label in May,2004.

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Constructing and Interpreting a table

  • 1. Reported by: Olazo, Jamaica WMSU-ESU Molave
  • 2. Definition TABLE is a pictorial representation of numerical or non-numerical information “arranged in vertical columns under category headings so they can easily be compared” • An example of a non-prose form that represent some messages of a given text • A table may be spot or non-spot; simple or complex. Reportedby:Olazo,Jamaica WMSU-ESUMolave
  • 3. Difference Spot Table – is a table of data, that is a part of a prose paragraph or composition. Non-spot Table – is a table by itself and not a part of any developing prose text. Simple Table – contains data comparable on only one basis. Complex Table – contains a large amount of data structures in several columns. Whether spot or non-spot, simple or complex, it contains either numerical data or non-numerical data. And, whether spot or non-spot, it may be simple or complex and vice versa. Reportedby:Olazo,Jamaica WMSU-ESUMolave
  • 4. columns rows Cell - the intersection of a row and a column Reportedby:Olazo,Jamaica WMSU-ESUMolave
  • 5. CONSTRUCTING AND INTERPRETING A TABLE • Constructing a Table means converting a body of written prose texts into a simple table or complex table as a non-spot or spot illustration. • Interpreting a Table means converting a table into a prose form. Ex. The “Population Table” above shows that there were two countries and the total population is 315,000,000. The respective number of people on each country differ from each other. The Philippines has a total number of 150,000,000 people while South Korea has 165,000,000. Therefore; Korea has great number of population compared to the Philippines. POPULATION TABLE Country Population Philippines 150,000,000 South Korea 165,000,000 Reportedby:Olazo,Jamaica WMSU-ESUMolave
  • 6.
  • 7. Steps in CONSTRUCTING a Simple non-spot/ spot tables: First, draw the columns and rows needed to make a table. Reportedby:Olazo,Jamaica WMSU-ESUMolave
  • 8. Second, state a main title for it, writing it on top of the drawn table. Tourist Arrivals in May 2004 Steps in CONSTRUCTING a Simple non-spot/ spot tables: Reportedby:Olazo,Jamaica WMSU-ESUMolave
  • 9. Tourist Arrivals in May 2004 Tourists Number of Arrivals Third, if you have sub- headings for your title, state them horizontal ly with each one making a column. Steps in CONSTRUCTING a Simple non-spot/ spot tables: Reportedby:Olazo,Jamaica WMSU-ESUMolave
  • 10. Tourist Arrivals in May 2004 Tourists Number of Arrivals Americans 5,435 Englishmen 2,006 Frenchmen 1,890 Spaniards 2,072 Germans 5,234 Puerto Ricans 1,351 Japanese 7,045 Taiwanese 4,674 Koreans 3,216 Malaysian 3,004 Indonesians 2,008 Pakistanis 1352 Jordanians 1,023 Fourth, give the numerical data meant to quantify vertically each sub- heading. Steps in CONSTRUCTING a Simple non-spot/ spot tables: Reportedby:Olazo,Jamaica WMSU-ESUMolave
  • 11. Tourist Arrivals in May 2004 Tourists Number of Arrivals Americans 5,435 Englishmen 2,006 Frenchmen 1,890 Spaniards 2,072 Germans 5,234 Puerto Ricans 1,351 Japanese 7,045 Taiwanese 4,674 Koreans 3,216 Malaysian 3,004 Indonesians 2,008 Pakistanis 1352 Jordanians 1,023 Grand Total 40,310 Fifth, state the total of the numerical data laid down. Steps in CONSTRUCTING a Simple non-spot/ spot tables: Reportedby:Olazo,Jamaica WMSU-ESUMolave
  • 12. Sixth, compare the numerical data in terms of rank like form highest to lowest or vice- versa, or from biggest to smallest or vice versa, etc. Tourist Arrivals in May 2004 Tourists Number of Arrivals Japanese 7,045 Americans 5,435 Germans 5,234 Taiwanese 4,674 Koreans 3,216 Malaysian 3,004 Spaniards 2,072 Indonesians 2,008 Englishmen 2,006 Frenchmen 1,890 Pakistanis 1,352 Puerto Ricans 1,351 Jordanians 1,023 Grand Total 40,310 Steps in CONSTRUCTING a Simple non-spot/ spot tables: Reportedby:Olazo,Jamaica WMSU-ESUMolave
  • 13. Sixth, compare the numerical data in terms of rank like form highest to lowest or vice-versa, or from biggest to smallest or vice versa, etc. Tourist Arrivals in May 2004 Tourists Number of Arrivals Americans 5,435 Englishmen 2,006 Frenchmen 1,890 Spaniards 2,072 Germans 5,234 Puerto Ricans 1,351 Japanese 7,045 Taiwanese 4,674 Koreans 3,216 Malaysian 3,004 Indonesians 2,008 Pakistanis 1352 Jordanians 1,023 Grand Total 40,310 Fifth, state the total of the numerical data laid down. Steps in CONSTRUCTING a Simple non-spot/ spot tables: Tourist Arrivals in May 2004 Tourists Number of Arrivals Japanese 7,045 Americans 5,435 Germans 5,234 Taiwanese 4,674 Koreans 3,216 Malaysian 3,004 Spaniards 2,072 Indonesians 2,008 Englishmen 2,006 Frenchmen 1,890 Pakistanis 1,352 Puerto Ricans 1,351 Jordanians 1,023 Grand Total 40,310 Reportedby:Olazo,Jamaica WMSU-ESUMolave
  • 14. Steps in INTERPRETING a Simple non-spot/ spot tables: First, state the main title on top of the drawn table. Second, state the total figure involved, if possible. Third, state the breakdown of the total figure from top row to bottom row. Fourth, build up the comparison in terms of highest to lowest or of other comparable data. Fifth, summarize the general impact of the whole table. This table “Tourist Arrivals in May, 2004” shows that there were thirteen kinds of tourists that arrived in may 2004 and all were 40,310. These tourists in their respective numbers were the Americans, 5,435; Englishmen, 2,006; Frenchmen, 1,890; Spaniards, 2,072; Germans 5,234; Puerto Ricans, 1,351; Japanese, 7,045; Taiwanese, 4,674; Koreans, 3,216; Malaysian, 3,004; Indonesians, 2,008; Pakistanis, 1,352; and Jordanians, 1,023. It turned out that among all these tourists, the Japanese were the greatest in number while the Jordanians were the least. Reportedby:Olazo,Jamaica WMSU-ESUMolave
  • 15. Tourist Arrivals in May 2004 Tourists No. of Arrivals Japanese 7,045 Americans 5,435 Germans 5,234 Taiwanese 4,674 Koreans 3,216 Malaysian 3,004 Spaniards 2,072 Indonesians 2,008 Englishmen 2,006 Frenchmen 1,890 Pakistanis 1,352 Puerto Ricans 1,351 Jordanians 1,023 Grand Total 40,310 This table “Tourist Arrivals in May, 2004” shows that there were thirteen kinds of tourists that arrived in may 2004 and all were 40,310. These tourists in their respective numbers were the Americans, 5,435; Englishmen, 2,006; Frenchmen, 1,890; Spaniards, 2,072; Germans 5,234; Puerto Ricans, 1,351; Japanese, 7,045; Taiwanese, 4,674; Koreans, 3,216; Malaysian, 3,004; Indonesians, 2,008; Pakistanis, 1,352; and Jordanians, 1,023. It turned out that among all these tourists, the Japanese were the greatest in number while the Jordanians were the least. Reportedby:Olazo,Jamaica WMSU-ESUMolave
  • 16.
  • 17. Steps in CONSTRUCTING a Complex non-spot/ spot tables: First, draw the columns and rows needed to make a table. Reportedby:Olazo,Jamaica WMSU-ESUMolave
  • 18. Steps in CONSTRUCTING a Complex non-spot/ spot tables: Second, state a main title for it, writing it on top of the drawn table. May, 2004 sales Of Gold Label Ice Cream (In Gallon) (From May 1 to May 31) Reportedby:Olazo,Jamaica WMSU-ESUMolave
  • 19. Steps in CONSTRUCTING a Complex non-spot/ spot tables: May, 2004 sales Of Gold Label Ice Cream (In Gallon) (From May 1 to May 31) Flavors 1-7 8-14 15-21 22-28 29-31 Total Cappuccino Buko Melon Fruit Salad Super Mocca Rocky Road Ube Macapuno Weekly Total Third, if you have sub- headings for your title, state them horizontall y with each one making a column. Reportedby:Olazo,Jamaica WMSU-ESUMolave
  • 20. Steps in CONSTRUCTING a Complex non-spot/ spot tables: May, 2004 sales Of Gold Label Ice Cream (In Gallon) (From May 1 to May 31) Flavors 1-7 8-14 15-21 22-28 29-31 Total Cappuccino 58 64 61 58 62 Buko Melon 60 67 55 57 60 Fruit Salad 70 69 65 68 72 Super Mocca 66 66 70 69 65 Rocky Road 67 64 73 70 72 Ube Macapuno 68 61 65 68 70 Weekly Total Fourth, give the numerical data meant to quantify vertically each sub- heading. Reportedby:Olazo,Jamaica WMSU-ESUMolave
  • 21. Steps in CONSTRUCTING a Complex non-spot/ spot tables: May, 2004 sales Of Gold Label Ice Cream (In Gallon) (From May 1 to May 31) Flavors 1-7 8-14 15-21 22-28 29-31 Total Cappuccino 58 64 61 58 62 Buko Melon 60 67 55 57 60 Fruit Salad 70 69 65 68 72 Super Mocca 66 66 70 69 65 Rocky Road 67 64 73 70 72 Ube Macapuno 68 61 65 68 70 Weekly Total 359 391 389 390 401 Fifth, state the total of the numerical data laid down in each column. Reportedby:Olazo,Jamaica WMSU-ESUMolave
  • 22. Steps in CONSTRUCTING a Complex non-spot/ spot tables: May, 2004 sales Of Gold Label Ice Cream (In Gallon) (From May 1 to May 31) Flavors 1-7 8-14 15-21 22-28 29-31 Total Cappuccino 58 64 61 58 62 303 Buko Melon 60 67 55 57 60 299 Fruit Salad 70 69 65 68 72 344 Super Mocca 66 66 70 69 65 336 Rocky Road 67 64 73 70 72 346 Ube Macapuno 68 61 65 68 70 332 Weekly Total 359 391 389 390 401 Sixth, state the total amount or quantity of all numbers involved. Reportedby:Olazo,Jamaica WMSU-ESUMolave
  • 23. Steps in CONSTRUCTING a Complex non-spot/ spot tables: Seventh, compare the numerical data in terms of rank like form highest to lowest or vice-versa, or from biggest to smallest or vice versa, etc. May, 2004 sales Of Gold Label Ice Cream (In Gallon) (From May 1 to May 31) Flavors 1-7 8-14 15-21 22-28 29-31 Total Cappuccino 58 64 61 58 62 303 Buko Melon 60 67 55 57 60 299 Fruit Salad 70 69 65 68 72 344 Super Mocca 66 66 70 69 65 336 Rocky Road 67 64 73 70 72 346 Ube Macapuno 68 61 65 68 70 332 Weekly Total 359 391 389 390 401 Reportedby:Olazo,Jamaica WMSU-ESUMolave
  • 24. Steps in CONSTRUCTING a Complex non-spot/ spot tables: May, 2004 sales Of Gold Label Ice Cream (In Gallon) (From May 1 to May 31) Flavors 1-7 8-14 15-21 22-28 29-31 Total Cappuccino 58 64 61 58 62 303 Buko Melon 60 67 55 57 60 299 Fruit Salad 70 69 65 68 72 344 Super Mocca 66 66 70 69 65 336 Rocky Road 67 64 73 70 72 346 Ube Macapuno 68 61 65 68 70 332 Weekly Total 359 391 389 390 401 1,960 Eighth, sum up the whole data into one general impact. Reportedby:Olazo,Jamaica WMSU-ESUMolave
  • 25. Steps in INTERPRETING a Complex non-spot/ spot tables: First, state the main heading or the title. Second, state the total figure given, if possible. Third, state the sub-headings running horizontally. Sixth and finally, summarize the whole table. Fifth, compare data horizontally and vertically. May, 2004 Sales of Gold Label Ice Cream shows that the total sales of Gold Label Ice Cream in May was 1,960 gallons. This is the figure resulting from the sale of six flavors in four weeks, May 1-7, May 8-14, May 15-21, May 22-28 and the remaining three days, May 29-31. The six flavors are Cappuccino, Buko Melon, Fruit Salad, Super Mocca, Rocky Road, and Ube Macapuno. From May 1-7, the sale was 380 gals; form May 8-14, 391; for May 15-21,389; from May 22-28,390; and from May 29-31, 401. The last three days with 401 was the highest selling period, followed by the second week, May 18-14, with 391; then by the fourth week, May 21-28, with 390 while the first week, May 1-7; and the third week, May 15-21, were the same with 389. Among all the flavors, the Rocky Road was the highest selling at 346 gals; the ruit salad next at 344; then the Super Mocca at 366; followed by Ube Macapuno at 332; the Cappuccino at 303; and the Buko Melon as the lowest selling at 209 gals. Only. This is Gold Label in May,2004. Fourth, take up each horizontal heading vertically.
  • 26. May, 2004 sales Of Gold Label Ice Cream (In Gallon) (From May 1 to May 31) Flavors 1-7 8-14 15-21 22-28 29-31 Total Cappuccino 58 64 61 58 62 303 Buko Melon 60 67 55 57 60 299 Fruit Salad 70 69 65 68 72 344 Super Mocca 66 66 70 69 65 336 Rocky Road 67 64 73 70 72 346 Ube Macapuno 68 61 65 68 70 332 Weekly Total 359 391 389 390 401 1,960 This table, May, 2004 Sales of Gold Label Ice Cream shows that the total sales of Gold Label Ice Cream in May was 1,960 gallons. This is the figure resulting from the sale of six flavors in four weeks, May 1-7, May 8-14, May 15-21, May 22-28 and the remaining three days, May 29-31. The six flavors are Cappuccino, Buko Melon, Fruit Salad, Super Mocca, Rocky Road, and Ube Macapuno. From May 1-7, the sale was 380 gals; form May 8-14, 391; for May 15-21,389; from May 22-28,390; and from May 29-31, 401. The last three days with 401 was the highest selling period, followed by the second week, May 18-14, with 391; then by the fourth week, May 21-28, with 390 while the first week, May 1-7; and the third week, May 15-21, were the same with 389. Among all the flavors, the Rocky Road was the highest selling at 346 gals; the ruit salad next at 344; then the Super Mocca at 366; followed by Ube Macapuno at 332; the Cappuccino at 303; and the Buko Melon as the lowest selling at 209 gals. Only. This is Gold Label in May,2004.