While I've only written a little here on this blog over the last year or so, a lot has been happening behind the scenes. For those who follow me on other social media platforms, you would have seen the launch of new way of analysing data – using emoji as a coding and analytical tool. … Continue reading Emoji as an analytical tool
The Zoom Room: a very short story.
What a workshop I ran today. Four different levels of understanding and experience in the Zoom room, three different versions of the software being used – one of which I had never seen or used before. Lots of questions steering the session in different directions from the outset. By 11am, I was tired, insecure about … Continue reading The Zoom Room: a very short story.
Thoughts on qualitative research software training
I have written and rewritten this post over a dozen times over the last year, but it's time to hit "publish". My main point, in case you don't want to read the full post, is this: who you hire to train you matters. Their skill set, their experience on a topic, it matters. You wouldn't … Continue reading Thoughts on qualitative research software training
Text Searching in Qualitative Research
I was running a workshop today, and talking about the context in which I use a text search query in NVivo, so thought I would share it here in case others find it useful. The caveat here, as usual is that this is not for ALL research, just the majority that I see when I … Continue reading Text Searching in Qualitative Research