Results are numbers or words
|DO||give enough explanation for readers to understand what they are looking at.|
|DO||point out interesting features of hard-to-understand graphs, tables|
|DO NOT||interpret, give theories or discussion. Leave these for Chapter 5 (Discussion).|
"The third question was "". Responses to this open question were analysed. [IF RESULTS WERE OPEN, CODED, AND COMPLICATED]
"The first theme/area/topic was X.
"The second theme.../area/topic was X.
"The third theme was ....
|All students who answered "yes"||X||said they also studied Korean|
|Of the 14 students who said 'Yes",||four||said they also studied Korean|
|Three students said X,||of which two||said they also studied Korean|
|Of the 200,||50||said they also studied Korean|
|. One quarter||said they also studied Korean|
|. Around 25%||said they also studied Korean|
|One student mentioned X, and||said that either X or Y.|
|An example statement about this is from Hiroko, who||said "asdfasdfasdfasdf".|
|One student who talk about this topic was Kazuho, who||said "".|
|This is examplified by Hiroki, who||said "".|
|Kazuho||said "". Three other students said similar things.|
As can be seen in Figure 3, most....
As Table 2 shows, the two main answers were...
For more, see describe figures and tables