In research papers (for examples, computer science journals), may I have overlaps between multiple tables containing experiment results?
My situation is like this. I have two tables Table A and Table B in the experiment section. Table A contains performance results from model-a,b,c. Table B contains performance results from model-c,d,e.
Thus, the two tables has an overlap as both contain the same reulst of model-c.
Each table highlihgts a distinct point. That is, each table is made to verify a different claim.
If I simply combine them into one table that shows all results of model-a,b,c,d,e, it will seriously degrade readability and make the points unclear.
So I am wondering if it is okay to contain overlap in diferent result tables.