I've read the other questions on active vs passive voice. But my question is slightly different.
Let's say I'm writing in active voice and using "I" as I'm primarily writing a thesis-like document. When I present results, is it okay to say "we" as a way include the audience? For example, consider the following paragraph:
Option 1: "I used algorithm X to perform Y on data Z. [...] In Figure 1, we can see that A is greater than B."
Is that acceptable? Or is it more proper to rewrite as:
Option 2: "I used algorithm X to perform Y on data Z. [...] In Figure 1, I show that A is greater than B."
My intuition tells me option 2 is more correct; however it just sounds slightly awkward to me in certain places. Are there better/other options than the aforementioned options?