When creating a table, only the necessary information should be provided in accordance with the objectives of the study. The information in the table should be expressed in the text, but unnecessary repetitions should be avoided. Tables should also be understandable in a way that they can be understood dependently of the text. Separate tables should not be created for information that can be expressed in a single table.
The row and column headings specified in the table must be short and clear. The decimal numbers of the numeric information shown in the table must be the same and the numbers must be centred in the cell.
Tables should be given titles beginning with the phrase “table” and numbered with consecutive numbers. The title should be short, clear, and descriptive, consistent with the contents of the table. Very general or detailed titles should not be used. Tables should be shown to be the same width as the text width.
Only the top and bottom borders should be used in the representation of tables. The top and bottom borders should be straight line in a ratio of 1½ nk. The title line in the table should be 1 nk and bold.
Table 1: Sample Table Representation
Figures can be black and white, or they can be coloured depending on their use in the work. The figures used in the study should be referred to in the text. The quality of the shapes should be at the appropriate print resolution (300-600 dpi range). In addition, the shapes must be angular and the text in the shape must be readable.
The figures should be given titles beginning with the phrase “figure” and numbered with consecutive numbers. Painting, graphics, drawing, etc. should not be started with. Borders in figures should also not be used.
Figure 1: Sample Figure Representation