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Material that'll help improve write-ups for lab experiments?

  1. Mar 1, 2015 #1
    I feel as though my ability to properly write up lab books when I do/after I do experiments is really weak. I struggle to analyse the data in a meaningful way. I don't know how to/when to calculate errors properly. I'm near useless when it comes to logarithmic graphs, or inferring any important information from the shape of other types of graph. The list goes on. I was wondering if there was a book/course/video lectures etc. that could walk me through this process and help build me up from the basics.

    I'm a 2nd year undergraduate physics student from the UK, FYI. I'm behind most people I know because I didn't do any physics in high school.
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  3. Mar 1, 2015 #2
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