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Promoting Collaborative Work through webQDA: Comments Functionality

Promoting Collaborative Work through webQDA: Comments Functionality


20 December, 2018    sonia sonia

Promoting Collaborative Work through webQDA: Comments Functionality webQDA has recently implemented a new feature which allows users to insert comments into parts […]

How do We Like to Learn Qualitative Data Analysis Software? A methodological example of data collection

How do We Like to Learn Qualitative Data Analysis Software? A methodological example of data collection


26 November, 2018    admin

How do We Like to Learn Qualitative Data Analysis Software?* A methodological example of data collection Fábio Freitas1, Jaime Ribeiro1,2, Catarina Brandão3, […]

Use and Application Domains of Content Analysis

Use and Application Domains of Content Analysis


22 February, 2018    admin

Authors: Carolina Afonso, ISEG (Lisbon School of Economics and Management), Universidade de Lisboa (carolinaafonso@iseg.ulisboa.pt); Ronaldo Linhares, Universidade Tiradentes (nuneslinhares.ronaldo8@gmail.com); António Pedro Costa, Ludomedia […]

REUSING THE CODE STRUCTURE IN DIFFERENT WEBQDA PROJECTS

REUSING THE CODE STRUCTURE IN DIFFERENT WEBQDA PROJECTS


30 January, 2018    admin

In a research project, the definition of codes, also called categories, dimensions, constructs, among others, depends, essentially, on the researcher’s methodological options. […]

Automatic Encoding of Internal Fonts from .XLS and .XLSX Files to Descriptors

Automatic Encoding of Internal Fonts from .XLS and .XLSX Files to Descriptors


18 December, 2017    admin

webQDA continues to work on improvements and upgrades to automate certain processes. A new feature has been implemented: Automatic Encoding of Internal […]

Choices, Controversies and Challenges in Computer Assisted Qualitative Data Analysis

Choices, Controversies and Challenges in Computer Assisted Qualitative Data Analysis


28 November, 2017    admin

By Christina Silver, CAQDAS Networking Project, Department of Sociology, University of Surrey, UK & Qualitative Data Analysis Services Ltd. christina.silver@qdaservices.co.uk This article […]

Importing .xls and .xlsx files

Importing .xls and .xlsx files


23 November, 2017    admin

WebQDA users can now import / load .xls and .xlsx files. For example, you can import sociodemographic data from statistical tools, such […]

Pragmatism: How to connect positivism and constructivism in doing research

Pragmatism: How to connect positivism and constructivism in doing research


7 November, 2017    admin

Dr. Thi Tuyet Tran – Institute for Employment research, Federal Employment Agency, Germany This article discusses the choice of methodology I had when […]

The Use of Photos as an Educational Tool: Reflective Photography Technique as an example

The Use of Photos as an Educational Tool: Reflective Photography Technique as an example


20 September, 2017    admin

By Ana Isabel Rodrigues – Higher School of Technology and Management, Polytechnic Institute of Beja, Portugal, Business Department | E-mail: ana.rodrigues@ipbeja.pt The text here […]

WebQDA Management System: Workflow functionality

WebQDA Management System: Workflow functionality


8 September, 2017    admin

Recently, a text titled “Intuitive and Easy-to-Use Qualitative Analysis Support Software: What is it?” was published in the webQDA Blog. Costa, Reis […]

Visual Data Analysis: New Interpretive Contexts for Qualitative Research?

Visual Data Analysis: New Interpretive Contexts for Qualitative Research?


21 April, 2017    admin

By Ana Isabel Rodrigues – Beja Polytechnic Institute The text that we present was constructed, essentially, with excerpts from the Editorial “Analysis […]

Content Analysis: a path made up of multiple paths

Content Analysis: a path made up of multiple paths


21 April, 2017    admin

By António Pedro Costa, University of Aveiro – Portugal Content Analysis is a technique of data analysis, collected in various sources, but […]