IOE 334 instructions for report FormatTing
Failure to follow these instructions will result in loss of significant points. General
1. Proofread. Proofread all submissions for spelling and grammar. 2. Decimal Points. Use proper number of significant decimal points. 3. Non-Embedded Graphics. Be sure report graphics print from a computer other than the one where it was created. This is often a problem on Apple computers. Font and Page Layout
Length. Your submission must not exceed the page limit specified for each individual lab. The report should be complete, concise, easily understood, and well organized. The page limit is strictly enforced. Do not count the title page or reference section. Page Numbers. Page numbers must be included and should start after the title page. Type Specifications. All submissions must be 12 pt. Times New Roman. Line Spacing. Double-space the body text of each section. Figure and table titles may be single spaced. References may be single spaced. Margins. All submissions must be formatted to fit U.S. 8.5 × 11-inch paper. One-inch margins should be used at all times. Figures and Tables
1. Type Specifications. Use 12 point Times New Roman Font. 2. Appearance. Must be included in the body of the report after being referenced in the text. Do not place more than one table or figure in the same horizontal space unless they are two parts of the same figure. 3. No Text Wrap. Must not have text wrapped around the figure/table. 4. Titles. All figures and tables must be clearly labeled with a figure caption or a table title. Each must be number. Captions and titles may be single spaced. 5. Title Position. Figure titles go below the figure, but table titles go above the table. All titles should be single spaced and center-aligned. 6. References. All figures/tables must be referenced in the body of the text. 7. Axis Labels. Label all axes with the independent variable on the x-axis and...
References: Any sources used outside of the IOE 334 provided course materials should be clearly cited. Failure to do so will result in a loss of points. Not all reports will require a reference section.
Wickens, C.D., Lee, J.D.,Liu, Y., Gordon Becker, S.; An Introduction to Human Factors in Engineering, 2nd edition; Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2003.
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