How to make your results stand out: A hands-on guide for researchers
Tips and examples to highlight your results
What will you learn?
- Why do you need to highlight your research results?
- How to categorize data that should be presented as text, tables, and figures
- Get actionable tips and examples to present your data concisely and effectively
- How to avoid crucial mistakes when writing your results section
There is nothing more exciting and fulfilling for a researcher than sharing the findings of their study. After all, researchers go through the arduous process of deciding on a research problem, developing a research design, conducting experiments, and analyzing data in the hopes of achieving significant results. But how do you make sure your results are presented in the best way possible in your research paper?
This course, in the form of a concise handbook, will guide you on the best way to present your results in an appealing and clear way. You will understand how best to organize your research and the subsequent results, and present it objectively, concisely and effectively. You will also discover excellent tips with case-wise examples and know the dos and don’ts when it comes to structuring your results. By the end of the course, you will be able to construct an impressive results section that will provide a strong backbone for your research paper.
What topics will you cover?
Lecture 1: It’s all about the results!
Lecture 2: What comprises this section – Of blood tests and results
Lecture 3: Deciding which data to present in the paper
Lecture 4: Tips for using tables and figures
Lecture 5: Key considerations for effective data presentation
Sneha’s interest in the communication of research led her to her current role of developing and designing content for researchers and authors. She publishes articles and creates educational content that provides researchers and authors insights into the latest developments and trends in the publishing industry. She is also passionate about teaching ESL and EFL teaching.