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An Introductory Guide to Evaluative Reporting
Evaluative reporting is a formalised thought process that enables the evaluation of scientific findings given two opposing (or competing) propositions. It is a way of providing a strength of the findings of an examination given those alternative propositions.
This guide covers the basics of evaluative reporting, including terminology, and uses examples in the appendices to illustrate the concepts. A fact sheet and process poster has also been created for reference.
- An Introductory Guide to Evaluative Reporting
- Evaluative Reporting Fact Sheet
- Evaluative Reporting Process Poster
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