QDA Miner and WordStat new updates

Provalis Research is pleased to announce the maintenance release of QDA Miner 4.1.8 and WordStat 6.1.20. Those new versions can now import and export Stata files versions 8 to 13 making it easy for Stata users to explore and analyze small and large collections of text data, move back and forth between quantitative and qualitative analysis, and easily look at relationships between any numerical, categorical or date variables, and text stored in either Stata string variables (limited to 244 up to 2045 characters) or in the new StrL variable introduced in Stata 13 (up to 2 billion characters). 

Both QDA Miner (version 4.1.8) and WordStat (version 6.1.20) allow one to export full projects, result tables, as well as coding statistics to Stata files, allowing users to quickly transform unstructured text  into structured data in order to perform further statistical analysis.

Upgrade is free to existing users of QDA Miner 4 and WordStat 6 and can be obtained from here.

Provalis Research text analytics software is an integrated collection of text analysis tools allowing one to perform qualitative coding and annotation on documents and images using QDA Miner and to apply the powerful content analysis and text mining features of WordStat. Stata is a comprehensive, integrated statistical software package that provides advanced  features for data analysis, data management, and graphics.

About Provalis Research

Founded in 1989, Provalis Research is a world-leading developer of text analysis platforms with ground-breaking qualitative, quantitative and mixed methods analysis software. Provalis Research tools are used by more than 2,500 governments, international corporations, NGOs, universities, and independent research leaders worldwide.

About StataCorp

For over twenty five years, StataCorp has been a leader in statistical software, primarily through its flagship product Stata. Stata statistical software are used by a wide range of users, especially in the fields of economics, sociology, political sciences, biomedicine and epidemiology.