When it comes to the point of presenting your dissertation results and discussing them you may be a little confused how to do this and so many of us are when we first do it. You should prepare what you want to look over in this chapter and more significantly, what you want to identify as significant results, patterns and focus from the primary research data you have collected.
You will want to plan what you say, because you will want to know what to cover in this chapter. This stage isn’t to include 200 or so graphs, figures and charts, but to establish an understanding of the data and say what it means. Therefore, you may not want to include all of the questions that you did ask in your research, but refer to the specific ones that gave you the most meaning.