Tables to Figures, well…

There are people more eloquent out there trying to convince researchers to use figures rather than tables in scientific publications. The only (real) reservation I could find so far is that figures only may be difficult for meta-analyses. Turns out there is one more…

coefplot1

I have recently received the following comment on a submitted paper:

“the graphical representation of the analysis does not offer enough (statistical) insights such as to evaluate the quality of the analysis done, nor to assess the validity of the conclusions drawn from it.”

To be fair to the reviewer, the other feedback I got was very constructive. I just wanted to use the opportunity to highlight that there is much more to do in terms of spreading the word about coefficient plots (above/to the right the kind of figure I used in the paper). The odd thing is that I even included tables in the appendix; in this day of online supplementary material there is no reason not to. Unfortunately, it seems that the reviewer overlooked them…

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