Contouring, charts and symbol plots are great ways to convey a lot of information at a time, but sometimes a careful look at the individual measurements is necessary. This enables the analysis of individual measurements and the sequence of measurements that may enable a deeper understanding of the measured data.
The tables can quickly fill up the screen. Judicious selection of parameters, time ranges and well names may help reduce the potential clutter. Reducing the text size will also reduce the real estate taken up by the data table. Don't forget that data tables, like well labels, time histories and posted data can be dragged with the mouse to eliminate overlapping tables.