Easy to Use Chart Capabilities in QDA Miner 5: Chart Codes by Case

Charting your codes case by case and comparing them to other cases in your project is only a couple of clicks away in QDA Miner 5. It really is quick and easy! This blog is a follow-up to the one where we outlined the new Document Overview feature. To begin charting the codes in each case, click on Document in the upper tool bar. Next, click on Chart in the drop down menu. Once you do this you will get a bar chart showing the codes in relationship to each other and the number of words in the coded sections. You can change the chart to a pie chart,...

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New Graphic Feature of QDA Miner 5: Document Overview

Being able to “see” what you’ve coded in a document can give you a better understanding of the coding and sometimes spark an idea of where else you want to go in your research. QDA Miner 5 has a new Document Overview feature that provides you with a quick look at the spatial distribution of your coding. It presents the codes in bars, in different colors and in relation to the text and other codes. Once you open a case in QDA Miner 5 click on Document in the upper tool bar, next click on Coding Overview in the dropdown menu. Once you click on Coding...

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Text Analytics for Business: Use QDA Miner and WordStat to Get Ahead of the Competition

Just to name a few:  Email, company internet and intranet, Facebook, twitter, customer feedback, online reviews, employee chat groups, employee surveys, performance reviews, exit interviews, analyst reports, supplier feedback, safety reports, quality control, sustainability and environmental reports…the list goes on and on. One thing all these and many other channels have in common is unstructured text.  Another thing they have in common is they contain valuable data that if properly analyzed and tracked can, without question, help you improve your...

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Pecha Kucha Presentation: What QDA Miner has done for qualitative research ?

  Do you know Pecha Kucha? It’s a presentation style from Japan where the speaker has 20 slides to present in 20 seconds each (6 minutes and 40 seconds in total). The format keeps presentation concise and to the point. At the 2016 KWALON conference in Rotterdam,  each qualitative data analysis software company who participated at the conference, did a pecha kucha to present the new features of the software and what they have done for qualitative research. Normand Péladeau, Provalis Research CEO, presents some of the latest developments of...

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