You ‘draw conclusions’ about information that is not proven or clearly stated. This can relate to almost any topic. For instance, when you first meet someone, you gather impressions of them based upon their appearance, how they speak, what they speak about, how they treat others and other information. Based upon your impressions, you may draw the conclusion that they are friendly, happy, mean, sarcastic or any other variety of characteristics. Similarly, in science, a researcher will pose a question about something that is unknown or undefined. They will then research that question and conduct tests to help them better understand it. Based upon their observations and test results, they will draw a conclusion that they feel best answers their original question.