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The methodology section should explain what you did in your research so that anyone who reads it can replicate your exact process. Preciseness and detail are essential. You must describe your methods for choosing subjects, collecting data or measurements, and conducting analysis as specifically as possible. Consider all of the following in detail and address any of these that are appropriate for your study:
1. What type of study did you choose and why?
2. Who or what did you study and why?
3. Did the study adhere to Institutional Review Board (IRB) requirements?
4. How did you identify your pool?
5. How did you identify your sample?
6. What tools did you use to collect data? Why? How did you design them?
7. Should your additional data be included in an appendix?
8. Did you describe your process for collecting data in as close to chronological order as possible?
9. Did you describe the statistical or data analysis procedures that you used?
10. Were there any problems or limitations with your research methodology? Did you mention a margin of error?