This is a position paper proposing the idea of separating research data from its presentation, or view. Today, researchers must not only produce the results of their research but must also think about how to present them. Moreover, in many cases, it is a matter of determining how well the results are displayed within the display format of a single paper. This has caused research results to be unnecessarily difficult to read and research to be unacceptable due to poor presentation. Therefore, we propose to allow separate creators of research data and creators of its display. This can lead to the following benefits: adoption of display formats for different purposes, utilization of buried data, improved reproducibility of studies, and gradual transition to better display formats.