Methods sections in qualitative research are not meant for certain purposes. First, qualitative researchers don’t write about methods to provide recipe-like steps that others could replicate. I suppose someone could attempt your processes, but true qualitative replication is impossible. Qualitative research focuses on people, contexts, and meanings, and these change constantly. By the time you write about them, they have already changed. And besides, the researcher’s cognition provides the analysis, rather than an equation or cutoff score, and no one can replicate your cognition.