a discussion of the suitability of the method chosen (see section 5.1 Selection of suitable method)
a description of the instruments used to collect and analyze the data (see section 5.2 Instruments) and of how they complement each other (see section 5.3 Synergistic fit of methods)
an overall evaluation of the method (section 5.4 Evaluation).
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