table (or Figure for that matter) can be either embedded within the text as with Table 3.1 or presented on its own stand-alone page (see Table 3.2). If embedded ensure it does not extend across a page break. To re-emphasise, ensure the table is referred to at least once in the text this is important to avoid confusion as to which table is actually being referred to. If an embedded table cannot be located on the same page that it is first referred to then it should be located it on the next available page (it might be referred to many times elsewhere further in the project).
If the tabulated results extend over several pages and/or would seem unwieldy to include in the Implementation and Results chapter, then an example sub-set could be included to demonstrate the nature of these results and reference made to the complete data set placed in an Appendix. However if the Appendix data then also seems unrealistically too large then alternatively have that data stored as an electronic appendix file on the disk submitted with the project. Seek advice from the supervisor as these issues are usually topic