# Results部分写作万能公式句型大全

01.Referring to data in a table or chart

1.The first set of questions aimed to …

2.To compare the difference between …

3.The purpose of Experiment 3 was to …

4.Simple statistical analysis was used to …

5.The next question asked the informants …

6.To assess X, the Y questionnaire was used.

7.Changes in X and Y were compared using …

8.Regression analysis was used to predict the …

9.To distinguish between these two possibilities, …

10.The first set of analyses examined the impact of …

11.The correlation between X and Y was tested using …

12.T-tests were used to analyse the relationship between …

13.The average scores of X and Y were compared in order to …

14.In order to assess Z, repeated-measures ANOVAs were used.

15.Nine items on the questionnaire measured the extent to which …

02.Referring to data in a table or chart

03.Highlighting significant data in a table or chart

1.What stands out in the table is …

2.Closer inspection of the table shows …

3.It is apparent from this table that very few …

4.The most interesting aspect of this graph is …

5.In Fig.10 there is a clear trend of decreasing …

6.What is striking about the figures in this table is …

7.What is interesting about the data in this table is that …

8.The differences between X and Y are highlighted in Table 4.

9.From the chart, it can be seen that by far the greatest demand is for …

10.From this data, we can see that Study 2 resulted in the lowest value of …

11.This table is quite revealing in several ways. First, unlike the other tables …

12.From the data in Figure 9, it is apparent that the length of time left between …

13.Data from this table can be compared with the data in Table 4.6 which shows …

14.As Table III shows, there is a significant difference (t = -2.15, p = 0.03) between the two groups.

04.Stating positive results

1.The mean score for X was …

2.Further analysis showed that …

3.Further statistical tests revealed …

4.A two-way ANOVA revealed that …

5.On average, Xs were shown to have …

6.Strong evidence of X was found when …

7.This result is significant at the p = 0.05 level.

8.The results, as shown in Table 1, indicate that …

9.A positive correlation was found between X and Y.

10.There was a significant positive correlation between …

11.The difference between the X and Y groups was significant.

12.There was a significant difference in X, t(11) = 2.906, p<0.01

13.There was a significant difference between the two conditions …

14.Respondents who reported low levels of X also reported significantly lower levels of Y.

05.Stating negative results

1.No increase in X was detected.

2.No difference greater than X was observed.

3.No significant differences were found between …

4.None of these differences were statistically significant.

5.No significant difference between the two groups was evident.

6.No significant reduction in X was found compared with placebo.

7.No evidence was found for non-linear associations between X and Y.

8.No significant correlation was found between X scores and the Y scores (p = .274)

9.X appeared to be unaffected by Y.

10.Only trace amounts of X were detected in …

11.There was no evidence that X has an influence on …

12.The Chi-square test did not show any significant differences between …

13.Overall, X did not affect males and females differently in these measures.

14.A clear benefit of X in the prevention of Y could not be identified in this analysis.

15.T-tests found no significant differences in mean scores on the X and Y subscales.

06.Reporting positive and negative reactions

1.Stimulation of X cells with Y did not increase the …

2.With successive increases in intensity of the X, the Y moved further to …

3.Following the addition of X, a significant increase (P<0.05) in the Y was recorded.

4.When X cells were stimulated with Y, no significant difference in the number of Z was detected.

07.Highlighting interesting or surprising results

1.Interestingly, the X was observed to …

2.This result is somewhat counterintuitive.

3.Interestingly, this correlation is related to …

4.The more surprising correlation is with the …

5.Surprisingly, only a minority of respondents …

6.The most surprising aspect of the data is in the …

7.The correlation between X and Y is interesting because …

8.The most striking result to emerge from the data is that …

9.Interestingly, there were also differences in the ratios of …

10.The single most striking observation to emerge from the data comparison was …

08.Sureys and interviews: Reporting response rates

1.The overall response to the survey was poor.

2.Thirty-two individuals returned the questionnaires.

3.The response rate was 60% at six months and 56% at 12 months.

4.Of the study population, 90 subjects completed and returned the questionnaire.

5.Of 150 patients who were sent invitations, 81 returned the reply slip, of whom 60 agreed to …

6.By the end of the survey period, data had been collected from 64 individuals, 23 of whom were …

7.There were 53 responses to the question: ‘…?’

8.Respondents were asked to indicate whether …

9.The total number of responses for this question was …

10.The overall response to this question was very positive.

11.Respondents were asked to suggest other reasons for …

12.In response to the question: ‘…?’, a range of responses was elicited.

13.This section of the questionnaire required respondents to give information on …

09.Sureys and interviews: Reporting proportions

1.Over half of those surveyed reported that …

2.A minority of participants (17%) indicated that …

3.70% of those who were interviewed indicated that ….

4.Almost two-thirds of the participants (64%) said that ….

5.The majority of those who responded to this item felt that …

6.When asked whether …, 90% of the respondents reported that …

7.Just over half of those who answered this question reported that …

8.In response to Question 1, most of those surveyed indicated that …

9.When the participants were asked ……, the majority commented that …

10.Of the 148 patients who completed the questionnaire, just over half indicated that …

10.Sureys and interviews: Reporting themes

1.Another reported problem was …

2.Opinions differed as to whether …

3.Concerns were expressed about …

4.A number of issues were identified …

5.A variety of perspectives were expressed …

6.These views surfaced mainly in relation to …

7.Concerns regarding X were more widespread.

8.There was a sense of X amongst interviewees.

9.Five broad themes emerged from the analysis.

10.A common view amongst interviewees was that …

11.One concern expressed regarding X was whether …

12.This theme came up for example in discussions of …

13.The themes of X and Y recurred throughout the dataset.

14.Two divergent and often conflicting discourses emerged …

15.Two discrete reasons emerged from this. First … Second …

16.Issues related to X were not particularly prominent in the interview data.

17.A recurrent theme in the interviews was a sense amongst interviewees that …

11.Sureys and interviews: Reporting participants' views

1.It was suggested that …

2.One interviewee argued that …

3.There were some suggestions that …

4.In all cases, the informants reported that …

5.In their accounts of the events surrounding …

6.There were some negative comments about …

7.The participants on the whole demonstrated …

8.Some felt that … , while others considered that …

9.Some interviewees argued that … , while others …

10.This view was echoed by another informant who ..

11.Whilst a minority mentioned that…, all agreed that…

12.Only a small number of respondents indicated that …

13.A small number of those interviewed suggested that ….

14.For a small number of participants X was the reason for …

15.The majority of participants agreed with the statement that …

16.When asked about X, the participants were unanimous in the view that …

12.Sureys and interviews: Introducing excerpts

1.As one interviewee said: ‘…’

2.As one interviewee put it: ‘…’

3.One informant reported that …

4.The comment below illustrates …

5.One participant commented: ‘ …’

6.For example, one interviewee said: ‘…’

7.In one case, the participant thought that …

8.Another interviewee, when asked …, said: ‘…’

9.Other responses to this question included: ‘…’

10.Another interviewee alluded to the notion of …

12.Commenting on X, one of the interviewees said …

13.One individual stated that ‘…’ And another commented ‘…’

13.Transition: moveing to the next result

1.If we now turn to …

2.A comparison of the two results reveals …

3.Turning now to the experimental evidence on …

4.Comparing the two results, it can be seen that …

5.The next section of the survey was concerned with …

6.In the final part of the survey, respondents were asked …

14.Summarising the results section

1.These results suggest that …

2.Overall, these results indicate that …

3.In summary, these results show that …

4.In summary, for the informants in this study, …

5.Together these results provide important insights into …

6.Taken together, these results suggest that there is an association between …

7.The results in this chapter indicate that … The next chapter, therefore, moves on to discuss the …