In this case, it’s much better to split your research into multiple documents so that you can explain your study’s results in a more simple way.

In this case, it’s much better to split your research into multiple documents so that you can explain your study’s results in a more simple way.
A research article that explains the research’s hypotheses and study design might look like this:
In this way, you can explain your study from the beginning to the end so that every reader would understand the results.
Finally, we have to look at how you’ll write your summary and conclusions. A research article should only summarize the main conclusions of the study. For that, you should have a single sentence that summarizes the results. Here’s an example from a research article:
This paragraph is quite simple; it presents the main conclusions of the study and provides a short explanation of the study’s objective.
The Conclusion of the Research
The “Conclusion” subsection of your research article is the last section that’s most important for the reader to understand.
It should summarize all the important findings of the study and provide the reader with the most relevant information.
The main advantage of a summary conclusion lies in the fact that it provides the reader all the information that was left out of the main article in one place.
For example, if you compare a two-sentence conclusion from your study with an outline of the main results of the study, you’ll be able to spot potential problems that have not been described in the main narrative.
And if you compare a summary of the results of your test results with a summary of the main text, you’ll be able to read how each test result was achieved and what kinds of problems were found with each test.
Another advantage of the conclusion sections of your research article is that they can be divided into two different areas:
A description of how the research study was carried out, so that the reader gets a clear idea of what the results actually mean.
How the results are used for other purposes, such as how they can help the reader make a decision.
As an example, check out the conclusion section of a research article where we discuss the following points:
How your experiment was carried out
How you measured the influence of various interventions on participants.
The types of statistical analyses that were used.
If you look closely, you’ll notice that each subsection only covers the most important findings that are relevant for the readers:
The results of the main study
All the details of your experiment
How you tested which interventions on how many people
All the details of how you planned and conducted your study
The details of how the study was conducted, such as measuring the influence of various interventions on participants.
How all of these statistics were obtained.
How your statistics were used.
Each of those sections of interest will provide you with all the information that you needed to write your article.
Now, let’s move on to the text that is actually more interesting than the main findings of your study.
How to Write Your Key Results
It’s important to get the most possible information out of your study and write your key results down in an organized and precise manner so that it would be easy for you to refer to them later.
Below are the main rules that researchers have traditionally used to write their key results sections:
The main study results section describes the results obtained during an experiment. It