This chapter discusses the evaluation of Analysis and Results sections in mixed methods research reports. Mixed methods research incorporates both qualitative and quantitative methods to address the same research topic. Mixed methods allow researchers to include both methods, rendering an understanding of unique experience alongside a generalized understanding of trends and patterns. Beyond specific evaluation of the qualitative and quantitative components, mixed methods research reports must also be evaluated for quality using a separate set of criteria unique to mixed methods research. While the mixed methods design determines how the two elements work together to address the research question, the logic of mixed methods designs assumes that the qualitative and quantitative methods employed are properly utilized. Research reports must clearly indicate the specifics of the qualitative and quantitative components so that readers can independently evaluate the quality of each component.