What is the Difference Between Results and Discussion Section

An original research article typically comprises the following: Introduction, Methods, Results, and Discussion (IMRAD). However, guidelines may differ across journals. Some journals may require the results and discussion to be a  combined section whereas others may require them to be separate sections. Read more about separating the results and discussions section.

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