When reviewing single-case design research, the What Works Clearinghouse (WWC) first reviews each single-case design experiment within a study (or research article) to determine whether it meets standards. For each experiment that meets standards, the WWC then uses visual analysis to characterize the evidence of a causal relationship. The WWC summarizes all single-case design research for an outcome domain only if the body of research collectively meets a set of threshold criteria as defined in the pilot single-case design standards. This document includes an example of a table that summarizes information about each single-case design experiment that meets WWC standards within each study. It also provides an example of a table that summarizes domain-level findings for an intervention based on single-case design research.