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Reporting Statistical Results in Your Manuscript

Reporting key findings and statistical results is important to validate/support your hypothesis. These results help readers understand the correlation between (and significance of) different variables involved in the study. The statistics can be both descriptive and inferential. It is, therefore, important to report them correctly.

To know more about reporting results in your manuscript, click here.

Statistical Results


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