In this post, Pat Thomson discusses an important thing to bear in mind when reading the posts on this blog and the ones I link to. There is no one way to write your research report—no one way to do it and no one way for it to look. Everyone is different and has a different best way of doing things. And every report is different and the material has a different best way to be written about.
So what is the point of sharing techniques and ways to structure writing on this blog? As Pat points out, having a repertoire of ways to do things helps you select the best way for the situation.
You can read more about Pat’s ideas here