## What are the steps in data presentation?

- Steps in Preparing a Presentation.
- Planning Your Presentation.
- Step 1: Analyze your audience.
- Step 2: Select a topic.
- Step 3: Define the objective of the presentation.
- Preparing the Content of Your Presentation.
- Step 4: Prepare the body of the presentation.
- Step 5: Prepare the introduction and conclusion.

## What are the parts of data presentation table?

In a tabular presentation, data is arranged in columns and rows, and the positioning of data makes comprehension and understanding of data more accessible….

- Table number. It is included for identification and becomes easy for reference in future.
- Title.
- Stub.
- Caption.
- Body.
- Footnote.

**What is quantitative presentation?**

• It is a graphical presentation to show the status of correlation between two quantitative variables. • e.g. the height is plotted on the x axis for a person, the weight of the same person is plotted on the y axis. • A perpendicular drawn from both the points cross each other, a dot is noted at the meeting point.

**Can you use a pie chart for quantitative data?**

Other graph types such as pie charts are possible for quantitative data. The usefulness of different graph types will vary depending upon the number of intervals and the type of data being represented. For example, a pie chart of our weight data is difficult to read because of the quantity of intervals we used.

### How do you write a quantitative data analysis?

Steps to conduct Quantitative Data Analysis

- Relate measurement scales with variables: Associate measurement scales such as Nominal, Ordinal, Interval and Ratio with the variables.
- Connect descriptive statistics with data: Link descriptive statistics to encapsulate available data.

### How do you present on line?

These eight tips can help you deliver online presentations like a pro.

- Simplify your slides.
- Do tech prep.
- Set the scene.
- Ditch the sweatshirt or other at-home apparel.
- Light up your face.
- Make sure they can hear you and only you.
- Look them in the eye.
- Regularly re-engage your audience’s attention.