PRLog - Aug. 7, 2012 - CARROLLTON, Texas -- Elite Research explains technical report writing. Elite Research is a global provider of research design and statistical consulting. They support academic, corporate, medical/health, and non-profit researchers in designing, collecting, analysing, and reporting research findings.
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A technical report also known as a scientific report is a document about the process, development, and findings of research or the development of a scientific problem. Technical reports are often used to keep stakeholders involved in the progress and findings of a research project. Unlike documents published in academic journals, it is not required that technical reports undergo the peer review process, and they have no minimum or maximum length. Accuracy of content in technical reports most often takes place within the organization that has undergone the research project. Technical reports are often organized in the following format (although it is not required):
Technical reports do not have any specific guidelines (unless outlined by the research team or the stakeholders)
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