How to do a Result Analysis

The analysis of results is the part of the report in which you establish the same conclusions. It should be clear and concise since the reader usually comes to this part of the essay tired.
This analysis should propose questions about the subject studied and raise new trends and perspectives for future research. We will mark an approach line, and we will explain to you how to analyze the results.
Steps to follow:

Step One

Consider the report's underlying assumptions and connections to the outcomes first. Obviously, the results come out of the report's development, so you must show those relationships in the analysis of results.

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Step Two

Point out unresolved issues, and don't try to hide them. Delimit what does not fit. In some trials, there may be a result that does not fit or match the research's development. You must point it out and leave the topic open.

Step Three

Connect your findings to related research and previously published works and show your essay's new conclusions.

How to do a result analysis
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Step Four

Explain what the theoretical bases of the research are and the possible practical applications it may have. Where do your conclusions come from, and what are they for?

Step Five

Formulate the conclusions in detail and clearly.

Step Six

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Give recommendations or suggestions, if necessary, to facilitate the understanding of the report.

Step Seven

Finally, summarize the evidence that collects this information as well as the sources.

Adapted and translated by The Cop Cart Staff

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