Scientific papers commonly use a number of types of illustrations:
– Tables are best if you need to present your reader with numbers in an organized, clear manner.
– It demonstrate relationships among data or dynamic comparisons
Bar and pictorial graphs:-
– It compares quantities
Pie charts :-
– It shows proportions of a whole
– It represents the data accurately
– It shows a complicated process or system
– It may shows the distribution of quantitative or qualitative data or illustrate research sites or other locales
– Line drawing illustrate objects, specimens or represent data.
– It visually display the hierarchy
– Link networks show the relationships.
– Use histograms to show frequency distributions of observations for each class of variable such as weights or crop yields.
– A scatter plot displays the relationship between two factors of the experiment. A trend line is used to determine positive, negative, or no correlation