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My question is, I have lots of graphs from my raw data, in my results do I analyse all graphs individually or all together at the end of the results section?
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Anyone else have questions to ask about Biology Projects?! Ask away...

My question is, I have lots of graphs from my raw data, in my results do I analyse all graphs individually or all together at the end of the results section?
What are each of your graphs showing? In general, I would say that you should speak about each of them individually, before then going on to give any more overall conclusions that can be drawn from the collective data.
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What’s everyone’s project about? I’m doing mine on the effect of painkiller concentration on amylase activity
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What are each of your graphs showing? In general, I would say that you should speak about each of them individually, before then going on to give any more overall conclusions that can be drawn from the collective data.
I've analysed each of them idividually and then did a summary of comparison for both data sets (inc. independent replicate) - I did a completely random veterinary project on effectiveness of sheep wormer so graphs are showing the decreasing worm populations.
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