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In a positivistic study that collected a lot of quantitative data this will be a straightforward presentation of the results.  You will start with a description of your unit of analysis and sample and the presentation of the data will involve a lot of tables and charts. 

In a phenomenological study it many not be possible to separate the results from the analysis and the aim will be to make sense of the data used, so diagrams and illustrations may help.