presenting tables and figures

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Does "[FONT=&quot]presenting tables and figures" mean "offering tables and figures (in your manuscript is not sufficient to prove that [/FONT]all data is contained within the manuscript)"?

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[FONT=&quot]The Availability of data and materials section refers to the raw data used in your study and presenting tables and figures is not sufficient to state that all data is contained within the manuscript.

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It means including them in the manuscript.
 

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Because it works as a substitute for "presenting tables and figures is not sufficient". That's why. Take your choice; just don't use 'offering' because it doesn't fit the context and there is a difference between 'offering' and 'presenting'.

Does "presenting/including tables and figures" mean "the tables and figures that you present/include in your manuscript"?
 
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