Account Workspace and You
Your Dedoose Account Workspace is where all the business of Dedoose takes place. Here you can learn more about adding additional users, changing your Dedoose password, checking project storage metrics, billing, how to update user information, and more.
Sentiment Analysis and Code Weighting in Dedoose—What Can it do for You?
Sentiment analysis is a great example of how taking advantage of the Dedoose code weighting/rating system. This is a unique feature of Dedoose that allows you to bring a new, investigator-determined, dimension to your database and opens up a range of awesome analysis perspectives.
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!
Importing Data into Dedoose! An Easy Way to Enter your Data.
Learn more here about formatting and several other suggestions we have when preparing to import your data to a Dedoose project. You can import your data from practically any qualitative or quantitative data software on the market or from simple spreadsheets.
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!
Dedoose Alert: Chrome Update Issue.
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.
Access Groups and You
Collaboration is king, but we also believe in data protection. Here we provide an overview on taking advantage of a Dedoose project Security Center to control user access privileges.
Top 3 Descriptor Practices to Keep an Eye Out For
Descriptor data are a key mixed method element in a Dedoose project. Here we provide an outline of important characteristics of descriptors and how you can best take advantage of these data in your project as you explore you activities with qualitative content.
Want to teach Dedoose in your class?
Dedoose can be used effectively in the classroom for both introductory and advanced qualitative and mixed methods courses. Check this out for some tips and recommendations.
Dedoose Account Billing Cycles--What's it All About?
How Dedoose billing takes place. Dedoose is a great value and an important aspect of how this happens is related to how your account is charged. Here is an overview to help you appreciate all the mechanisms.