Description: One great benefit of using Dedoose as your mixed methods or qualitative data analysis software is that you can collaborate in real time with other users around the world. This is powerful if you understand how to make it happen.
Description: Using the features in Excel to add descriptor data can save you a great deal of time in your mixed methods or qualitative data analysis.
Description: As the “core stage of grounded theory methodology” (Glaser 1998), memoing is instrumental in developing codes systems directly from your data.
Description: 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!
Description: Looking to speed up linking descriptors to your media? Dedoose has you covered! Now with version 8 is the new Auto Link button at the bottom of the Descriptors tab.
Description: This article is for all you data dumpers out there. You know who you are. You get all the materials for your qualitative data analysis together and you upload EVERYTHING into Dedoose…all at once.
Description: When Chrome was first released, it was a figurative breath of fresh air to the browser world. Intuitive, filled with all sorts of useful gadgets and goodies and - most of all - FAST!
Description: Now that you have read ‘Part 1: The Lingo,’ you should understand the basics concerning what descriptors are and why you would want to use them when organizing and analyzing your mixed methods or qualitative data analysis.
Description: The essential goal of mixed methods research is to tackle a given research question from any relevant angle, making use where appropriate of previous research and/or more than one type of investigative perspective.
Description: As opposed to the broad-based, open-ended approach of qualitative research, the fundamental purpose of quantitative research is to seek specific answers to specific questions