Summary of Key Findings
Briefly describe your most significant findings.
Introduce the subject matter, and why it is compelling / significant.
2. Initial Data Sets
List and describe your data sets.
3. Research Questions
Clearly state your research questions and any hypotheses / expectations.
Explain your methodology / approach.
Describe your findings. Consider any counter-intuitive findings.
Discuss and interpret the implications of your findings and make recommendations for future research and application, be it societal, academic or technical (or some combination).
Present a summary of what you have found, and its significance.
List your references in a standard academic bibliographic format.