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Constructing and Interpreting a table

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Constructing and Interpreting a table

  1. 1. Reported by: Olazo, JamaicaWMSU-ESU Molave
  2. 2. DefinitionTABLE is a pictorial representation ofnumerical or non-numerical information“arranged in vertical columns undercategory headings so they can easily becompared”• An example of a non-prose form thatrepresent some messages of a giventext• A table may be spot or non-spot;simple or complex.Reportedby:Olazo,JamaicaWMSU-ESUMolave
  3. 3. DifferenceSpot Table – is a table of data, that is a part of aprose paragraph or composition.Non-spot Table – is a table by itself and not a partof any developing prose text.Simple Table – contains data comparable on onlyone basis.Complex Table – contains a large amount of datastructures in several columns.Whether spot or non-spot, simple or complex, it contains eithernumerical data or non-numerical data.And, whether spot or non-spot, it may be simple or complex and vice versa.Reportedby:Olazo,JamaicaWMSU-ESUMolave
  4. 4. columnsrowsCell - the intersection of arow and a columnReportedby:Olazo,JamaicaWMSU-ESUMolave
  5. 5. CONSTRUCTING ANDINTERPRETING A TABLE• Constructing a Table means converting abody of written prose texts into a simpletable or complex table as a non-spot or spotillustration.• Interpreting a Table means converting atable into a prose form.Ex. The “Population Table” above shows that there were twocountries and the total population is 315,000,000. The respectivenumber of people on each country differ from each other. ThePhilippines has a total number of 150,000,000 people while SouthKorea has 165,000,000. Therefore; Korea has great number ofpopulation compared to the Philippines.POPULATION TABLECountry PopulationPhilippines 150,000,000South Korea 165,000,000Reportedby:Olazo,JamaicaWMSU-ESUMolave
  6. 6. Steps in CONSTRUCTING aSimple non-spot/ spot tables:First,draw thecolumnsand rowsneededto makea table.Reportedby:Olazo,JamaicaWMSU-ESUMolave
  7. 7. Second,state amain titlefor it,writing iton top ofthedrawntable.Tourist Arrivals in May 2004Steps in CONSTRUCTING aSimple non-spot/ spot tables:Reportedby:Olazo,JamaicaWMSU-ESUMolave
  8. 8. Tourist Arrivals in May 2004Tourists Number of ArrivalsThird, ifyou havesub-headingsfor yourtitle, statethemhorizontally witheach onemaking acolumn.Steps in CONSTRUCTING aSimple non-spot/ spot tables:Reportedby:Olazo,JamaicaWMSU-ESUMolave
  9. 9. Tourist Arrivals in May 2004Tourists Number of ArrivalsAmericans 5,435Englishmen 2,006Frenchmen 1,890Spaniards 2,072Germans 5,234Puerto Ricans 1,351Japanese 7,045Taiwanese 4,674Koreans 3,216Malaysian 3,004Indonesians 2,008Pakistanis 1352Jordanians 1,023Fourth,give thenumericaldatameant toquantifyverticallyeach sub-heading.Steps in CONSTRUCTING aSimple non-spot/ spot tables:Reportedby:Olazo,JamaicaWMSU-ESUMolave
  10. 10. Tourist Arrivals in May 2004Tourists Number of ArrivalsAmericans 5,435Englishmen 2,006Frenchmen 1,890Spaniards 2,072Germans 5,234Puerto Ricans 1,351Japanese 7,045Taiwanese 4,674Koreans 3,216Malaysian 3,004Indonesians 2,008Pakistanis 1352Jordanians 1,023Grand Total 40,310Fifth,state thetotal ofthenumericaldata laiddown.Steps in CONSTRUCTING aSimple non-spot/ spot tables:Reportedby:Olazo,JamaicaWMSU-ESUMolave
  11. 11. Sixth,comparethenumericaldata interms ofrank likeformhighest tolowest orvice-versa, orfrombiggest tosmallestor viceversa, etc.Tourist Arrivals in May 2004Tourists Number of ArrivalsJapanese 7,045Americans 5,435Germans 5,234Taiwanese 4,674Koreans 3,216Malaysian 3,004Spaniards 2,072Indonesians 2,008Englishmen 2,006Frenchmen 1,890Pakistanis 1,352Puerto Ricans 1,351Jordanians 1,023Grand Total 40,310Steps in CONSTRUCTING aSimple non-spot/ spot tables:Reportedby:Olazo,JamaicaWMSU-ESUMolave
  12. 12. Sixth,comparethenumericaldata interms ofrank likeformhighest tolowest orvice-versa,or frombiggest tosmallest orvice versa,etc.Tourist Arrivals in May 2004Tourists Number of ArrivalsAmericans 5,435Englishmen 2,006Frenchmen 1,890Spaniards 2,072Germans 5,234Puerto Ricans 1,351Japanese 7,045Taiwanese 4,674Koreans 3,216Malaysian 3,004Indonesians 2,008Pakistanis 1352Jordanians 1,023Grand Total 40,310Fifth,state thetotal ofthenumericaldata laiddown.Steps in CONSTRUCTING aSimple non-spot/ spot tables:Tourist Arrivals in May 2004Tourists Number of ArrivalsJapanese 7,045Americans 5,435Germans 5,234Taiwanese 4,674Koreans 3,216Malaysian 3,004Spaniards 2,072Indonesians 2,008Englishmen 2,006Frenchmen 1,890Pakistanis 1,352Puerto Ricans 1,351Jordanians 1,023Grand Total 40,310Reportedby:Olazo,JamaicaWMSU-ESUMolave
  13. 13. Steps in INTERPRETING aSimple non-spot/ spot tables:First, state the main title on topof the drawn table.Second, state the total figureinvolved, if possible.Third, state the breakdown ofthe total figure from top row tobottom row.Fourth, build up the comparison interms of highest to lowest or of othercomparable data.Fifth, summarize the generalimpact of the whole table.This table “Tourist Arrivals in May, 2004” shows thatthere were thirteen kinds of tourists that arrived in may 2004 andall were 40,310. These tourists in their respective numbers werethe Americans, 5,435; Englishmen, 2,006; Frenchmen, 1,890;Spaniards, 2,072; Germans 5,234; Puerto Ricans, 1,351;Japanese, 7,045; Taiwanese, 4,674; Koreans, 3,216; Malaysian,3,004; Indonesians, 2,008; Pakistanis, 1,352; and Jordanians,1,023. It turned out that among all these tourists, the Japanesewere the greatest in number while the Jordanians were the least.Reportedby:Olazo,JamaicaWMSU-ESUMolave
  14. 14. Tourist Arrivals in May 2004Tourists No. of ArrivalsJapanese 7,045Americans 5,435Germans 5,234Taiwanese 4,674Koreans 3,216Malaysian 3,004Spaniards 2,072Indonesians 2,008Englishmen 2,006Frenchmen 1,890Pakistanis 1,352Puerto Ricans 1,351Jordanians 1,023Grand Total 40,310This table “TouristArrivals in May, 2004” showsthat there were thirteen kinds oftourists that arrived in may 2004and all were 40,310. Thesetourists in their respectivenumbers were the Americans,5,435; Englishmen, 2,006;Frenchmen, 1,890; Spaniards,2,072; Germans 5,234; PuertoRicans, 1,351; Japanese, 7,045;Taiwanese, 4,674; Koreans,3,216; Malaysian, 3,004;Indonesians, 2,008; Pakistanis,1,352; and Jordanians, 1,023. Itturned out that among all thesetourists, the Japanese were thegreatest in number while theJordanians were the least.Reportedby:Olazo,JamaicaWMSU-ESUMolave
  15. 15. Steps in CONSTRUCTING aComplex non-spot/ spot tables:First,draw thecolumnsand rowsneededto makea table.Reportedby:Olazo,JamaicaWMSU-ESUMolave
  16. 16. Steps in CONSTRUCTING aComplex non-spot/ spot tables:Second,state amain titlefor it,writing iton top ofthedrawntable.May, 2004 sales Of Gold Label Ice Cream(In Gallon)(From May 1 to May 31)Reportedby:Olazo,JamaicaWMSU-ESUMolave
  17. 17. Steps in CONSTRUCTING aComplex non-spot/ spot tables:May, 2004 sales Of Gold Label Ice Cream(In Gallon)(From May 1 to May 31)Flavors 1-7 8-14 15-21 22-28 29-31 TotalCappuccinoBuko MelonFruit SaladSuper MoccaRocky RoadUbe MacapunoWeekly TotalThird,if you havesub-headingsfor yourtitle, statethemhorizontally witheach onemaking acolumn.Reportedby:Olazo,JamaicaWMSU-ESUMolave
  18. 18. Steps in CONSTRUCTING aComplex non-spot/ spot tables:May, 2004 sales Of Gold Label Ice Cream(In Gallon)(From May 1 to May 31)Flavors 1-7 8-14 15-21 22-28 29-31 TotalCappuccino 58 64 61 58 62Buko Melon 60 67 55 57 60Fruit Salad 70 69 65 68 72Super Mocca 66 66 70 69 65Rocky Road 67 64 73 70 72Ube Macapuno 68 61 65 68 70Weekly TotalFourth,give thenumericaldatameant toquantifyverticallyeach sub-heading.Reportedby:Olazo,JamaicaWMSU-ESUMolave
  19. 19. Steps in CONSTRUCTING aComplex non-spot/ spot tables:May, 2004 sales Of Gold Label Ice Cream(In Gallon)(From May 1 to May 31)Flavors 1-7 8-14 15-21 22-28 29-31 TotalCappuccino 58 64 61 58 62Buko Melon 60 67 55 57 60Fruit Salad 70 69 65 68 72Super Mocca 66 66 70 69 65Rocky Road 67 64 73 70 72Ube Macapuno 68 61 65 68 70Weekly Total 359 391 389 390 401Fifth,state thetotal ofthenumericaldata laiddown ineachcolumn.Reportedby:Olazo,JamaicaWMSU-ESUMolave
  20. 20. Steps in CONSTRUCTING aComplex non-spot/ spot tables:May, 2004 sales Of Gold Label Ice Cream(In Gallon)(From May 1 to May 31)Flavors 1-7 8-14 15-21 22-28 29-31 TotalCappuccino 58 64 61 58 62 303Buko Melon 60 67 55 57 60 299Fruit Salad 70 69 65 68 72 344Super Mocca 66 66 70 69 65 336Rocky Road 67 64 73 70 72 346Ube Macapuno 68 61 65 68 70 332Weekly Total 359 391 389 390 401Sixth,state thetotalamount orquantityof allnumbersinvolved.Reportedby:Olazo,JamaicaWMSU-ESUMolave
  21. 21. Steps in CONSTRUCTING aComplex non-spot/ spot tables:Seventh,comparethenumericaldata interms ofrank likeformhighest tolowest orvice-versa,or frombiggest tosmallest orvice versa,etc.May, 2004 sales Of Gold Label Ice Cream(In Gallon)(From May 1 to May 31)Flavors 1-7 8-14 15-21 22-28 29-31 TotalCappuccino 58 64 61 58 62 303Buko Melon 60 67 55 57 60 299Fruit Salad 70 69 65 68 72 344Super Mocca 66 66 70 69 65 336Rocky Road 67 64 73 70 72 346Ube Macapuno 68 61 65 68 70 332Weekly Total 359 391 389 390 401Reportedby:Olazo,JamaicaWMSU-ESUMolave
  22. 22. Steps in CONSTRUCTING aComplex non-spot/ spot tables:May, 2004 sales Of Gold Label Ice Cream(In Gallon)(From May 1 to May 31)Flavors 1-7 8-14 15-21 22-28 29-31 TotalCappuccino 58 64 61 58 62 303Buko Melon 60 67 55 57 60 299Fruit Salad 70 69 65 68 72 344Super Mocca 66 66 70 69 65 336Rocky Road 67 64 73 70 72 346Ube Macapuno 68 61 65 68 70 332Weekly Total 359 391 389 390 401 1,960Eighth,sum upthe wholedata intoonegeneralimpact.Reportedby:Olazo,JamaicaWMSU-ESUMolave
  23. 23. Steps in INTERPRETING aComplex non-spot/ spot tables:First, state the main heading orthe title.Second, state the total figuregiven, if possible.Third, state the sub-headingsrunning horizontally.Sixth and finally, summarizethe whole table.Fifth, compare data horizontallyand vertically.May, 2004 Sales of Gold Label Ice Cream shows that the total sales of Gold LabelIce Cream in May was 1,960 gallons. This is the figure resulting from the sale ofsix flavors in four weeks, May 1-7, May 8-14, May 15-21, May 22-28 and theremaining three days, May 29-31. The six flavors are Cappuccino, Buko Melon,Fruit Salad, Super Mocca, Rocky Road, and Ube Macapuno. From May 1-7, thesale was 380 gals; form May 8-14, 391; for May 15-21,389; from May 22-28,390;and from May 29-31, 401. The last three days with 401 was the highest sellingperiod, followed by the second week, May 18-14, with 391; then by the fourthweek, May 21-28, with 390 while the first week, May 1-7; and the third week, May15-21, were the same with 389. Among all the flavors, the Rocky Road was thehighest selling at 346 gals; the ruit salad next at 344; then the Super Mocca at366; followed by Ube Macapuno at 332; the Cappuccino at 303; and the BukoMelon as the lowest selling at 209 gals. Only. This is Gold Label in May,2004.Fourth, take up each horizontalheading vertically.
  24. 24. May, 2004 sales Of Gold Label Ice Cream(In Gallon)(From May 1 to May 31)Flavors 1-7 8-14 15-21 22-28 29-31 TotalCappuccino 58 64 61 58 62 303Buko Melon 60 67 55 57 60 299Fruit Salad 70 69 65 68 72 344Super Mocca 66 66 70 69 65 336Rocky Road 67 64 73 70 72 346Ube Macapuno 68 61 65 68 70 332Weekly Total 359 391 389 390 401 1,960This table, May, 2004 Sales of Gold Label Ice Cream shows that the total sales of Gold Label IceCream in May was 1,960 gallons. This is the figure resulting from the sale of six flavors in fourweeks, May 1-7, May 8-14, May 15-21, May 22-28 and the remaining three days, May 29-31. The sixflavors are Cappuccino, Buko Melon, Fruit Salad, Super Mocca, Rocky Road, and Ube Macapuno.From May 1-7, the sale was 380 gals; form May 8-14, 391; for May 15-21,389; from May 22-28,390;and from May 29-31, 401. The last three days with 401 was the highest selling period, followed bythe second week, May 18-14, with 391; then by the fourth week, May 21-28, with 390 while the firstweek, May 1-7; and the third week, May 15-21, were the same with 389. Among all the flavors, theRocky Road was the highest selling at 346 gals; the ruit salad next at 344; then the Super Mocca at366; followed by Ube Macapuno at 332; the Cappuccino at 303; and the Buko Melon as the lowestselling at 209 gals. Only. This is Gold Label in May,2004.

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