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Innovative Visual Methods with Dedoose
From photo-elicitation, photo-voice, analyzing video or images, or discourse analysis—there are numerous ways to engage visual media in research to explore complex questions and topics concerning social scientists!
Backing Up and Managing Your Data – This blog is all about keeping your data safe, accessible and easy to find. We cover a few different methods of exporting your data for local storage, as well as some advice on naming files, come check it out!
As we all know too well, data analysis cannot be done without the data! In this new blog series, we will be going over the process we followed to set up and analyze a project related to speeches from and related to the EU.
Importing and Analyzing Twitter Data with Dedoose!
Dedoose is an amazing tool you can use for analyzing all types of data, and today we will import and do some basic analytics with Twitter data! Check out this step by step guide to import your twitter data!
UPDATE: Converting Video & Audio For Data Analysis
AVC is an outstanding free video conversion tool that not only converts audio and video to more formats than you can imagine, but it is also capable extracting video and audio from CD’s or DVD’s, as well as …
Setting up your Project Data: The Dedoose Quick Start Guide
A handy guide to making the most of your qualitative research data within Dedoose. We go over tricks for importing your data quickly and smoothly, setting up codes, descriptors and media, as well as some tricks and shortcuts to help you get your research data integrated and analyzed using Dedoose Research Software.
The cloud, or cloud computing can be a confusing thing. We are not talking about the weather, but a place that information is stored and can be interacted with. The term ‘the cloud’ can be loosely thought of as the Internet. Information in the cloud is stored on servers belonging to and maintained by others—not directly on your local computer. If you have used Gmail or Yahoo to access your email, watched videos on YouTube, used Netflix, or paid a bill online, then you have used a web application that is operating in the cloud.
The creation of memos is a core activity in grounded theory and other qualitative data analysis approaches. They can be useful within the Dedoose environment from a range of perspectives including documenting the analytical journey, communicating with team members, noting issues in the application of codes, and any other facet of a project’s activities. The memo system in Dedoose is flexible, memos ‘live’ in a gruop-based organization structure, and memos can be easily exported or converted to document media within a project for excerpting and tagging.
Importing Data into Dedoose! An Easy Way to Enter Your Data.
Learn more here about formatting and several 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.
Dedoose Multi-Survey Importer: From Excel to a Fully Populated Dedoose Project in Seconds!
Scan your files, create descriptor sets and fields, create code systems and link appropriate documents AUTOMATICALLY using your valid Excel data file with the new Dedoose Multi-Survey Importer! This post shows you how to get started today.
The Cloud—Or…No, Your Text Analysis Does Not Get Wet When It Rains…
The cloud… When we talk about the cloud, or cloud computing, we are not talking about the weather. While your text analysis in Dedoose is stored in the cloud, we promise it won’t get wet if it rains. For those of you who think, ‘of course it won’t,’ I would like to turn your attention […]