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Resources for reporting clear results from quantitative data analyses
Equator Network (Enhancing the QUAlity and Transparency Of health Research)
Nearly 500 reporting guidelines, mainly public health and medicine but applicable to other disciplines.
Reporting guidelines for randomized trials.
Reporting guidelines for observational studies.
Reporting guidelines for systematic reviews and meta-analyses.
Reporting guidelines for qualitative research.
Editable tables templates for reporting results using APA style.
Editable table templates for reporting results using AMA style.
Chicago Descriptive Template
Editable table template for reporting descriptive results in Chicago style
Citation Style Resources
Purdue Online Writing Lab: Research and Citation Resources
Guidance for formatting papers, citing papers, and reporting results in APA, MLA, Chicago, IEEE, AMA, and ASA styles.
APA Style Guide
Style guide from the American Psychological Association (APA).
AMA Manuel of Style
American Medical Association (AMA) style guide.
The Chicago Manuel of Style
Chicago Manuel of Style, 17th edition style guide.
Hancock GR, Stapleton LM, Mueller RO. The Reviewer’s Guide to Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences. Second edition. Routledge; 2019
Guide for reporting quantitative methods and results, organized by methodological approach.
Apr 13, 2023 8:55 PM
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