I am writing a research paper or report that is based on the development of my own product. Traditionally, the University I study in recommends that a research paper or report must be written by groups of 3 at least; however, due to the lack of students in my own college, I have to do mine alone.
I am developing a certain product that has several types of functionality, attributes and features, and I am required to document all of it. Usually, I would write a paper that would only involve the "author" and the "reader" with the pronoun "We".
"It is likely that we will experience several improvements.."
My problem is that I came across a section of my paper to which I must explain to the reader that "I" myself have prepared a table that will further explain the product's functions in details.
Is it right that I use the phrase,
"In order to better explain the features and functionality of this
product, I have prepared a table that simplifies and broadens the
information regarding the aforementioned subjects."
Or, is it better to only refer "we" being the author and the reader?
I know it probably depends on the actual author, but I am curious to know which might be the best to recommend.