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# CALS 002/085 Notes for 3/17/16 CALS 002

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Foundation:Information Tech
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Thomas P. DeSisto
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by HD on Thursday March 17, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to CALS 002 at University of Vermont taught by Thomas P. DeSisto in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 35 views. For similar materials see Foundation:Information Tech in Calculus and Pre Calculus at University of Vermont.

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Date Created: 03/17/16
3/17/16 Tables, Figures and Referencing Material  Using APA format  Presenting Information in a Paper o Text o Tables o Figures  Use of Tables and Figures o Used quickly and efficiently to present large amounts of information to an audience o Do NOT use tables  To take up space  To break up the text of the paper  To make results that aren’t important seem important  Tables o Definition  Image constructed of columns and rows that systematically display data  Parts  Number  Title  Head  Body  Note (optional) Table 1 Title Column Head 1 Column Head 2 Column Head 3 Row 1 -- -- Row 2 -- -- Row 3 -- -- Row 4 -- -- Note: This is the note  Figures o Definition  Any image that is not a table  Examples: graphs, charts, maps, pictures, etc. o Parts  Image  Number  Title  Image makes the impact, then it’s explained o Remember:  APA is a format for writing papers not presentations (no flashy colors, etc.)  Useful guide if we don’t have a presentation format  Graphs o Pie Graph  Used to compare percentages (must total 100%) across 5 or fewer attribute categories  To show contrast o Bar Graph  Used to compare percentages or values across 5 or more categories  Used to show difference between a large number of attribute categories  Warning  be sure to examine Y axis  label axis o Line Graph  Used to show trend in values over time o Scatter Graph  Used to show relationship between two sets of values  Charts o Definition of an APA chart  To represent the components of larger objects or groups  Example: Tribal hierarchy  To show the steps in a process  Example: flow chart  To show the schematics of an object  Example: components of a cell phone  Referencing Material o Citation  Marker pointing you to the proper reference  Example: (Zia, 2010) o Reference  Detailed information on the source of the material  Example: what you’d typically find on a work cited page o How to cite without an author o How to cite without a date  (n.d.) o Web based materials o Reference list  List of all works cited o Bibliography  List of work cited and reviewed for the paper o When to cite  Direct quotes, facts, ideas from secondary sources

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