What to include in key findings?

The first paragraph of a findings section often reframes research questions or aims to refocus the reader's attention, and it's always wise to summarize key findings at the end of the section, providing a smooth intellectual transition to the interpretation and debate that follow in most research articles. Choose for a particular approach experimental results and other research findings that are particularly relevant to your research questions and objectives, and include them even if they are unexpected or do not support your ideas and hypotheses. However, tables and figures must also be self-explanatory, so their design must include all the definitions and other information necessary for the reader to understand the results that are intended to be shown without having to return to the text.