True or False
- The function of a table is to provide information in a format that is less efficient or effective than a prose description would be.
- The discussion of a table should prepare the reader to understand the table; summarize the importance, meaning, or value of the data presented in the table.
- Chicago Manual of Style recommends lowercasing in-text references to tables and portion of them.
- A stub is a short parenthetical indicator placed after the table title.
- Titles of a table should be long and descriptive.
- If the information in the table is short, the table should be dropped and the information given in the text.
- Squibs indicate an element that pertains to the table as a whole.
- We use “percent” instead of “percentages.”
- Capitalization of stubs should follow house style; however, if there isn’t any house style, either headline or sentence style may be used.
- If a…
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