Right. First of all, the word "chronicle" comes from Greek and is spelled accordingly. The god Chronos and all.
Now, I've read your sentence four times, and I only have a very vague idea of what actually happened there. Which is unacceptable. You've got to rewrite it.
Did the participants take part in the evaluation? Or did they participate in something else? Who conducted the evaluation? What does "evaluation" even mean in this context?
Can one find data inaccurately?
The "to" seems to be superfluous, but the rest is just wrong. You're trying to hard, that's what. Don't try to sound technical or sophisticated: just explain what happened there. Simplify. Break it down into three parts. Like this:
- Participants (where did they come from? were they paid?)
- The evaluation process (was it a test?)
- Results (definite, not foggy)
Oh, and by the way, the results of a test should demonstrate, or prove conclusively, not suggest. You need to be certain, not vague. In my opinion, anyway.