TABULAR DATA: Finding the Best Format

Tullis, Tom; Fleischman, Stan
June 2004
Intercom;Jun2004, Vol. 51 Issue 6, p12
Presents the conclusions from a study on the best format of tabular data in online document. Use of alternating bars to distinguish the rows when designing data tables; Avoidance of including full horizontal and vertical lines in a table particularly when using a smaller font and tight spacing.


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