A book of practical advice and useful tips on how to present numeric information in the clearest and most effective way. This lively, accessible, and illustrated guide is divided into two sections. The first provides comprehensive advice on what to consider when preparing numeric information for presentation, standards for presenting tables and graphs to the public, including the relative merits and uses of tables and charts, and the presentation of figures in both written and spoken form. The second section contains useful checklists, case studies, and exercises to aid the writer, as well as a helpful glossary.
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Sally Bigwood is a trainer and consultant specialising in presenting numeric information as well as working part time as an IT project manager for Manchester Health Authority. She has over twenty years' experience as a researcher and corporate planner in the public sector as well as having
private sector experience in the UK and the United States. She and Melissa Spore are sisters. Melissa Spore is a professional trainer and course organiser with over 20 years' experience in adult education and in writing and editing coursework. She holds the post of Instructional Designer at the
University of Saskatchewan in Canada. John Seely, the series editor of the One Step Ahead Series, is an experienced author and teacher of English who has worked in education at all levels from primary school to university. His publications include the Oxford English Programme, the Oxford Guide to
Writing and Speaking, and Everyday Grammar
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Book Description Oxford University Press, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0198607229
Book Description Oxford University Press, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110198607229