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: Learn more here about formatting and 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.
Description: Check our our latest Quick Tips video series in our first ever Resource Round Up!
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: When your research calls for speaking to the same participants at multiple time points, you need to quickly and easily identify the phase at which each interview belongs. This is where dynamic descriptor fields come in.
Description: While the Dedoose Descriptor functionality can be very useful and a valuable component of your project, it can also be confusing…hence the number of blogs we post on the topic.
Description: Descriptors can be confusing for new researchers. Learn how to get your descriptors up to par!
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: 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: Are you confused by descriptors? No worries, many people are, but they can be very useful in seeing your qualitative data from entirely new directions.