**Statistical tables** provide information about descriptive statistics, inferential statistics, or both. Descriptive statistics include information such as mean, standard deviation, mode, range, or frequency. Inferential statistics refers to data reported from a statistical test such as an ANOVA (Graphing -Designing Tables, 2004). It should be mentioned that statistical tables can be categorized under two categories: general tables and summary tables. A general table is a free-format table and a summary table is a table of summaries variables for publications or presentations.

**An Example of a Statistical Table is Seen Below:**

This table provides the results from the Transeurope Footrace mobile whole body MRI-project (Schütz et al., 2013). In this table we see P- and F-values as well as power. * *

(vol.%) | Pvalue | Fvalue | P value | testPower | Fvalue |

TSV | 0.322 | 2.565 | 0.058 | 0.640 | – |

TVV | 0.322 | 2.565 | 0.058 | 0.640 | – |

TLT^{a} | 0.000 | 44.605 | 0.000 | 1.000 | 51.592 |

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