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History of Dedoose Part 4: Inspired by Empathy and Multidisciplinary Collaboration
In the fourth installation of our ongoing video blog series, we continue to learn about the fascinating connection between EFI (Ecology of Family Interaction) and Dedoose. Explore how our founders’ vision emerged from ethnography, and the power of listening to families and parents with children with disabilities.
How Does Dedoose Protect My Data, and Does This Process Comply with IRB Guidelines?
“Does data security in Dedoose comply with IRB standards?” Curious if our data protections are up-to-par with your thesis or dissertation requirements? Read the basics of access, storage, and retention!
Call for Chapters in Edited Book: How to Conduct Qualitative Research in Finance
Professor Emeritus Dan Kaczynski, Dr. Michelle Salmona from the Institute for Mixed Methods Research, and Professor Tom Smith from Macquarie University are inviting contributions to a forthcoming edited book: How to Conduct Qualitative Research in Finance. We are particularly interested in Dedoose users in the field of Finance, or those working with others in Finance, contributing current and/or forthcoming work.
“How Do I Share My Project with a New User in Dedoose?” (and Other FAQs)
Collaboration is one of the cornerstones of Dedoose and its never been easier to get someone started! Find out how to onboard new users and set up project permissions with just a few clicks with our latest blog!
From photo-elicitation, photo-voice, analyzing video or images, or discourse analysis—there are numerous ways to engage visual media in research to explore complex questions and topics concerning social scientists!
Welcome to Dedoose: Starting Your Journey with the Official SAGE Publication (and Basics!)
Welcome to Dedoose: an easy-to-use web-based app for qual and mixed methods data analysis. If you’ve arrived on this page, allow us to take a moment to explain why we think we can help make your current research process easier.
User interface upgrades, new language options, and bug fixes are now all in your hands with the new Dedoose 9.0 patch! Our team has put together these quality-of-life changes to keep your research at its maximum potential. check out these notes for a full idea of what changes have been made.
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.
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!
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 Mixed Methods And Qualitative Research Software Version 4.0
If you are already familiar with Dedoose functionality and features, there is surprisingly little to say except that you can essentially now do with video media everything you’ve been doing with textual media.
Dedoose Mixed Methods And Qualitative Research Software Version 1.2.25
Our engineering team takes the performance of Dedoose and the satisfaction of our clientele very personal and have all been hard at working squeezing every last bit of power out of Adobe’s flash and flex platform. We are happy to say we believe we nailed it again!