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Data Filtering: 10 Easy Steps to Filter Your Qualitative Data Analysis in Dedoose


Get more from your qualitative data analysis

Data filtering can bring forth powerful insights when conducting a qualitative data analysis in Dedoose. By narrowing the scope of your data set using Boolean operations you can see how isolated sets of data may differ from your data set as a whole. This could lead to a richer analysis or even the formation of new research questions.

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We have heard from some of our new users that they want to better understand how to filter their data in Dedoose right off the bat (and we are sure you advanced users will not mind the refresher course) so we have created a visual, step by step below example. The data used is from the demo project that you started with in Dedoose if you want to follow along.

For this example, let’s assume you want to filter a group of children in a study by fathers who work full-time.

For our step-by-step walk through, check out our complete article here!!