What’s in the handbook?
What is that one thing all researchers are after? No marks for guessing—yes, the results! 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. The results are the fruit and evidence of your hard work and that is why they deserve to be presented in the best way possible in your research paper. No original research paper is complete without the Results section. While writing this section may seem pretty easy, many researchers end up making mistakes that can water down even the most impressive findings. Presenting your results in an appealing and clear way is sure to provide your paper a strong backbone. This handbook will equip you with the best tips to end up with an effective Results section.
About the author
Sneha Kulkarni is Managing Editor and Senior Writer & Editor, Editage Insights. She has over seven years’ experience of working with authors. Her passion to bridge the communication gap in the research community led her to her current role of developing and designing content for researchers and authors. She writes original discussion and comment articles that provide researchers and publishers a platform to voice their opinion. Sneha likes to keep abreast of the latest developments and trends in the publishing industry and publishes content that helps researchers, publishers, and industry experts as well to stay ahead of the curve. Her interest in understanding the malpractices rampant in academia and ways to counter them led her to publish a paper in Learned Publishing titled “What causes peer review scams and how can they be prevented?” (DOI 10.1002/leap.1031). The complete list of her published content can be found here: https://www.editage.com/insights/users/sneha-kulkarni.