Your objective is to show the results of your analysis. How much attention you pay to precision and accuracy is what will give your reader confidence in your results.
In terms of structure for this chapter, start with a paragraph and not with a visual representation of the data.
This page deals with the central part of the thesis, where you present the data that forms the basis of your investigation, shaped by the way you have thought about it.
In other words, you tell your readers the story that has emerged from your findings.
After that, explain all other trends in the data which might be interesting to the reader.
To recap, the dissertation results section describes the findings of the research, any problems you encountered with the data, the main result of the research, as well as any other interesting trends you identified in the data.
If for example you conducted a survey you would present the data according to the questions that you asked.
Essentially, you need to think about how to organise the data so that your reader can process them in clear and digestible chunks.
Make sure you show relevant tables and figures after they are mentioned in the text.
At the beginning of the results section, explain any missing data or problems with collecting the data, then explain the main result and address your hypothesis.