(a) Raw data (qualitative/ quantitative) is recorded appropriately (tables, diagrams, etc.).
(b) Precision of measurement is listed at the head of each column where applicable.
(c) Each figure or table has a title and an informative caption.
(d) Each figure or table is self-sufficient and includes explanations of numbers used, replicates, units of measurement, labels, etc.
(e) Presentation of data allows for easy interpretation. Be Neat & Organized! It is okay to redraw original data tables used to collect data so they look better for presentation (Do this especially if you spilled liver juice on your paper!)
[Precision of measurement] ------ [Examples of Tables] ------ [Examples of Diagrams]