Backing Up and Managing Your Data
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!
Analyzing Focus Group Data
Having trouble getting your focus group data to make sense in Dedoose? This blog's for you!
MiniBlog: Sprucing up your Code Tree
Learn how to make your code tree export easier to digest visually with this blog!
A Quick Summary of the Demo Project
A quick summary of the Demo Project included with every new Dedoose account
Filtering via the Excerpts tab, a whole new way to manage your data
Filtering your data has never been more fine grained than via the Excerpts tab! Find out how with this blog!
Data Collection Pt 2, Inputting Descriptor Data
Our second installment of our Data Collection series, we're going over the steps to input the data we gathered in a way that's organized and meaningful.
Our Next Blog Series! Data Collection pt 1
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.
Updates to Our User Guide
New Userguide updates are here! From upcoding to auto-linking we've added new material covering new functions and more!
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!
Best Practices in Excerpting and Coding and Capitalizing on Dedoose Features
Sometimes excerpting and coding your qualitative data to maximize their value when integrating with quantitative data and carrying out your qualitative and mixed methods data analysis isn’t as straightforward as it may seem on the surface. At Dedoose we see lots of variation in these practices and are offering up this blog to provide some guidance based on what we know from our academic research and teaching experiences. We’ll hope this is helpful to a wide swath of you out there in the Dedoose user community and the value of context for your data analysis and capitalizing on Dedoose analytic features is crystal clear.