I'm looking for an expression similar to be consistent with, when reporting studies which have the same results, such as:
The results of X's research consist with / are consistent with Y's findings.
Alternatives such as do not contradict or agree with do not fit the context, which is formal, and do not contradict somehow changes the meaning.
There's nothing wrong with be consistent with, but sometimes I need to write such an expression in an article 10 times; its language must not be the same everywhere.
How about are parallel with? Does it convey the same meaning?