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: Using Dedoose as your qualitative data analysis environment allows you to filter your data by many different variables, codes, descriptors, and even users. This step-by-step guide is designed to walk you through the process.
Description: Data filtering can bring forth powerful insights when conducting a qualitative data analysis in Dedoose. By narrowing the scope of your data set using Boolean operations you can see how isolated sets of data may differ from your data set as a whole.
Description: It seems that there is often confusion about descriptors – what they are and how to use them in your mixed methods or qualitative data analysis.
Description: Understanding icons and controls in graphs, charts, and plots.
Description: At Dedoose, we take the business of developing code systems very seriously, and we aren’t the only ones. A quick Google search for ‘coding qualitative data’ yielded about 1.1M hits and ‘qualitative code system development’ landed me about 12M hits.
Description: As a follow up to our last post on building solid and useful code systems, we want to help bring everyone up to speed on another dimension you can bring to your qualitative research from a mixed methods perspective—code ratings/weights.
Description: Qualitative data allow us to learn about the rich, nature, complex, and contextualized ways in which our research participants experience their lives…the ‘how’ and ‘why’ of life, beyond the ‘what?’ So, simply, context is king.
Description: Hey there Dedoosers! In this article we’re going to go over the demo project.
Description: The concept of mixed methods has begun to take root around the world. There are arguments on both the qualitative and the quantitative side of the aisle when it comes to mixed methods...