A technical report is a report that is written for other research analysts. It should include full documentation and detail. It must contain enough information to allow the experiment to be replicated; hence, it should include procedural information, sources of data, sampling design, instruments, indexes, and data-analysis methods. These are usually included in an appendix. Conclusions and recommendations should be related to specific findings. The technical report must include a full presentation. Any references to other research, theories and techniques should be included as footnotes/end notes. A management report is usually delivered to non-technical staff. Management reports should provide an easy understanding of major findings, along with implications and conclusions. The report tone must be journalistic and should include headlines, underlining for emphasis, graphs/pictures, and a running theme throughout. Management reports should include more spacing in the document than technical reports.
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