I am working on my first independent publication and am unsure how to report the significances of two statistical tests in one table. My professor has recommended that I should perform two statistical significance tests for robustness and present them in my article. So far I have only done the t-test. (If the value is significant according to the t-test, asterisks are added indicating the significance) But I should add the significance of the Wilcoxon test as well. The problem is that my tables with the t-test are already big enough and I can't expand them any more.
What can I do to also report the significance of the second test in the same table? Should I perhaps write the values in bold if they are also significant according to the second test? Or does anyone have a completely different idea? Adding columns to the table or creating a new table is out of the question. Here you can see an example of a table:
Many thanks in advance!