It is quite a common scenario to have tables in academic papers. Tables are used for clarity and because they can help demonstrate patterns in the data efficiently. It is not mandatory to just do this with plain text and static images.
Due to the increase of importance of tabular displays, there are tools that let people that make a table more interactive like Microsoft Excel or Google Sheets.
The Sarkari Result website allows anyone submitting data online to connect their tables with dynamic filters and sliders, allowing for a more engaging experience.
This section explains how tables can be interactive. The way that these tabs interact is by using filters (options fields) and sliders (range fields). Just using these controls together changes the user’s interaction entirely just by adding movement (animation). This makes it easier
- Create table columns and labels as categories. Add in final row with references to how many seats are available in each.
- Named cells as Headers Prime Minister, Private Sector, Parliamentarian, Councillor
- Renamed cells referring to the Name of the Organisation
- Inserted Numbers in the Final Rows