i. List/highlight the information you choose to describe.
ii. Highlight the most significant features.
iii. Consider any less significant features which are still of interest.
iv. Consider any trends which were expected but did not emerge here.
v. Consider any patterns which are counter-examples to significant findings.
vi. Group the related categories. For example, imagine a table with 10 categories. You may find out some have relatively low values, some relatively moderate values, while the rest have high values.