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Re: QUAL-SOFTWARE Digest - 21 Aug 2004 to 22 Aug 2004 (#2004-117)

From:

Anne Brunton <[log in to unmask]>

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qual-software <[log in to unmask]>

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Mon, 23 Aug 2004 12:44:46 +0100

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I personally rate Atlas Ti which has a simple and easy to use format and
allows intimate handling of the data. I think a great deal of qualitative
software is much of a muchness - what is important is knowing how you are
going to use the software and utilise it in your analysis of the data.

Also the latest version of Atlas Ti does allow for coding of sound files and
video. And Rick - not sure what you meant by - electronically transcribe -
you still have to do the donkey work yourself which means transcribing
either the whole thing or the sections that you identify after coding
(although would always opt for the full transcription myself). Hope that
helps!

Good luck!

Anne


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There are 2 messages totalling 111 lines in this issue.

Topics of the day:

  1. Qualitative Research (2)

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Date:    Mon, 23 Aug 2004 01:43:12 +1000
From:    Lyn Richards <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: Qualitative Research

Jodi and Rick, for such small numbers of interviews, I'd use NVivo not
NUD*IST - NVivo has finer coding and rich text and modeling, none of
which are in NUD*IST, whose plain text and fixed units are there to let
you handle larger quantities of data. (By the way I don't know why
Harald thinks there will be an N7 in a few months, but there won't!
There will be an NVivo 3 but it does not yet have an arrival date.)

To see what these programs do, and the difference, go to
http://www.qsrinternational.com .

Transcriber programs just make text, so it can go in any qualitative
software. (But first you have to deal with all of the errors in the
text!)

cheers,=20
Lyn=20

Lyn Richards,=20
Director, Research Services, QSR.=20
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: qual-software [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On=20
> Behalf Of Kelly, Jodi
> Sent: Saturday, 21 August 2004 7:36 AM
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Re: Qualitative Research
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> If anyone is responding to Rick, please also send the answer=20
> to me. I will be conducting 15 or so interviews during=20
> October and am looking for software to use. I heard that=20
> NUD*IST was best, but do not know that for certain. Also, if=20
> any software can take the digital tape recordings, that would=20
> be great. Anyone know?
> Jodi Kelly
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> ________________________________
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> From: qual-software on behalf of Rick Taylor
> Sent: Fri 8/20/2004 2:06 PM
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Qualitative Research
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> Hi! I have valued the dialogue that has occurred since I=20
> subscribed to the list, now I am in need of some recommendations.
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> As I anticipate conducting qualitative research in Latin=20
> America, I will be conducting approximately 50 interviews,=20
> and 3-6 focus groups, combined with participant observation=20
> (and perhaps a short questionnaire and case study description).
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> As I intend on using Systran's translation program to assist=20
> in the language area, I still seek information on:
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> 1.  a qualitative software program to help analyze and code=20
> the data (fieldnotes, interviews, focus groups)
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> 2.  Is there a software program that will allow me to=20
> digitally record interviews directly into my computer that=20
> can be read in a text format allowing me to electronically=20
> translate it, then use the qualitative program to analyze and code it?
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> 3.  Your recommendations?
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> Thanks!
> Rick
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>=20

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Date:    Sun, 22 Aug 2004 21:50:25 +0200
From:    Harald Klein <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: Qualitative Research

> Jodi and Rick, for such small numbers of interviews, I'd use NVivo not
> NUD*IST - NVivo has finer coding and rich text and modeling, none of
> which are in NUD*IST, whose plain text and fixed units are there to let
> you handle larger quantities of data. (By the way I don't know why
> Harald thinks there will be an N7 in a few months, but there won't!
> There will be an NVivo 3 but it does not yet have an arrival date.)

Sorry Lyn, I incremented the release number of the wrong product.

Harald

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