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In the end of my research I will ______ the results of these two different studies to get a final conclusion.

I will ______ the result with the result of another study and get an overall conclusion.

I am looking for a verb for putting the results of two different studies together in order to get an overall conclusion? I thought of assemble and combine, but I am not sure about them. Any suggestion?

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I will consolidate the results of these two different studies to get a final conclusion

consolidate (dictionary.com)
to bring together (separate parts) into a single or unified whole; unite; combine

But see this NGram showing that in academic contexts, such research is more likely to be called a combined study than a consolidated study.

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The verb to synthesize is commonly used to describe this, especially in academia.

I will synthesize the two different studies to draw a final conclusion.

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  • But, it is not the "two different studies" which are synthesized: it is the final conclusion which is synthesized from those constituents. – Weather Vane Jul 1 '19 at 13:52

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