General rules, Operation Research

General Rules

a.Attractive Shapes The tables  should be  neat  and  attractive. The size of  table  should be neither too big nor  small.

b.Simplicity A table  should be simple  and self explanatory and according  to the object  of statistical investigation.

c.Place of Approximation If  approximation is done  for the figures  written in that table  it should  be mentioned.

d.Free from  Irrelevant Data A table must  from  all types of irrelevant data.

e.Use of circle or Box etc Certain  figures which  are to be emphasized  should be  in distinctive type  or in circle  or a box  or between  thick  lines.

f.Miscellaneous  Columns A table  should have miscellaneous column or remark column for  the information  which cannot  be grouped in the  classification mode.

g.Non Availability  of the Data If some  information is not  available due  to one  other  reason a line ( -) or not  available ( N. A.) or a cross  x  should  be used along with  a classification of  these  symbols.

 

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