As we all know too well, data analysis cannot be done without the data! In this new blog series, we will be going over the process we followed to set up and analyze a project related to speeches from and related to the EU.
Dedoose 8 is on the horizon, and we couldn’t be more excited! One of the biggest improvements with Dedoose 8 is how we import and code PDF’s. Let’s take a closer look and go over the steps involved in importing and working with a PDF.
Trying to log in to Dedoose but keep getting the note above even after you have updated your Adobe Flash Player? Then you just have to give Dedoose permission to use Flash! Follow the steps included in this post to get Dedoose up and running again in no time!
UPDATE: Converting Video and Audio For Your Qualitative Data Analysis, 2017
AVC is an outstanding free video conversion tool that not only converts audio and video to more formats than you can imagine, but it is also capable extracting video and audio from CD's or DVD's, as well as ...
Attention Dedoose Users! Dedoose is Rolling back to 7.1.3
Due to some unexpected technical issues, we will be rolling back Dedoose to version 7.1. We will have 7.5 back up and running after we've taken care of these issues and ensured a stable release! Check out this article for any further details or instructions.
The cloud, or cloud computing can be a confusing thing. We are not talking about the weather, but a place that information is stored and can be interacted with. The term ‘the cloud’ can be loosely thought of as the Internet. Information in the cloud is stored on servers belonging to and maintained by others—not directly on your local computer. If you have used Gmail or Yahoo to access your email, watched videos on YouTube, used Netflix, or paid a bill online, then you have used a web application that is operating in the cloud.
Check here for information about our upcoming no-cost demonstration webinars. You can also access links to recordings of past webinars. Finally, we host periodic webinars on special topics and will provide information on them here when they are added to our calendar.
Information about new features included in our most recent update, including changes to the Code Tree, new "Re-Parent" and "Make Root" code options, retroactive upcode, and a few security updates. Hope you enjoy!
Survey Underway on the Use of Technology Use in Qualitative and Mixed Methods Research
While now completed, this was information about a survey on the use of software in qualitative and mixed methods research we were encouraging members of the Dedoose community to consider participating in. Survey responses help us deliver new features and updates that you, the user, are hungry for!
Our outreach regarding a problem with Google Chrome. All issues are currently resolved, but you can be sure we'll continue to do our best to alert the Dedoose community about any similar issues in the future.
2015 Dedoose Reminders to Keep Your Qualitative and Mixed Methods Work Rolling Along
Reminders about the terrific survey importer, quick code widget and a variety of guidance on examining inter-rater reliability in Dedoose. All great stuff for qualitative and mixed methods research and evaluation data analysis.
Dedoose is happy to introduce the integration of PDF documents into our cloud-based platform! PDFs are a securable, compact and self-contained document that are fast becoming an industry standard, and are commonly seen and used in qualitative and quantitative analysis. Don't waste time converting your documents, upload and import your PDFs into a manageable and editable form, and get your data analysis moving!
Dedoose Fall 2014 Update--Great New Features to Enjoy
So what has your favorite data analysis software provider been up to in regards to new updates lately? Well, we've implemented a couple of performance enhancements, most notably in our import and iconography engines, but we think one new feature will specifically make Dedoose stand out a little more in the research app field.. But you'll have to keep reading to hear what it is!
We all know Dedoose is a top-tier data analysis app, but did you know it also happens to shine as a social sciences teaching tool? The same intuitive design that makes Dedoose a powerful yet easy to learn software for data analysis can be used to comfortably introduce your students to the world of qualitative, quantitative and mixed methods data analysis! Here's some hints and ideas that might help you out along the way..
New Data and Project Backup Features Enhance the Dedoose Qualitative Data Analysis Software Platform
Data plays a crucial role in your research methodology - without your data, you have nothing! We understand the importance of not only keeping your data intact, but also in the amount of time you have invested into analyzing and preparing your project. We've updated our backup technology to ensure that your data is safe for years to come! During the overhaul we also snuck a couple other features into the most recent build - want to find out more? Read on!
Our most current release of Dedoose (Version 4.12) includes a brand new User Interface and several other user requested features, most notably is our beautiful revamp of the main menu bar. Check out more details in this post!
Dedoose Multi-Survey Importer: From Excel to a fully populated Dedoose project in seconds!
Scan your files, create descriptor sets and fields, create code systems and link appropriate documents AUTOMATICALLY using your valid Excel data file with the new Dedoose Multi-Survey Importer! This post shows you how to get started today.
Announcing: Project Specific Encryption Capabilities in Dedoose
Data security has always been paramount at Dedoose. We are proud to introduce our new feature, Project Specific Encryption, which allows you to designate an encryption key only you know to specific projects. Read more about the details of our new security feature here!