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    How should I decided whether to present raw data or percentages? Or can you use two figures one with percentages and another with raw data?
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    Maybe it depends on the experiment but when I wrote lab reports, I always put the percentages (or the results of any calculation) in the report body and presented all the raw data in an appendix.
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    Agreed with the above. In all lab reports I've written and been advised to do, presentable data/graphs have been included in the results section after the methodology. All raw data collected from the lab goes in the appendix.

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