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IMRaD stands for Introduction, Methods, Results and Discussion and is a standard way to report scientific finding.

  • Introduction: A clarification about the context of the scientific work and a summary of existing research relevant to the topic of interest.
  • Method: explains the set of techniques that the authors used for arriving at the findings in the paper
  • Results: explains what the authors found following the method previously suggested.
  • Discussion: evaluate method and results from a bird eye view and try to generalize the findings discussing possible future works