Getting the results

collate and analyse data | collate and analyse questionnaire results | present your results

How to present your results

When the group has analysed the data it will need the present the results. This could be in a presentation, video or written report. Before starting shaping your presentation, decide who the group wants to influence with the research. This will affect how the young researchers should present the findings, the language they will use, and the recommendations that they will make.

In a written report it is a good idea to include:

Here are some hints for presenting qualitative research:

Here are some hints for writing up quantitative research:

If the group has used more than one method in the research, comment on the research findings across the different methods. For example, do the survey findings back up those from the focus groups? How does the research fit with the wider literature on the topic?