MAXQDA - Introduction

Tuesday, 8 September 9 -12 h

MAXQDA is a powerful tool, which makes it easy for you to organize, evaluate, and interpret qualitative and mixed methods data, create easy-to-read reports and visualisations, and connect and share with other researchers ( workshop consists of a mixture of demonstrations and guided practice, focusing on the practical knowledge required for using MAXQDA for the analysis of qualitative data.

After completing this workshop, participants will be able to prepare and import documents to be analyzed in MAXQDA. They will be familiar with the basic functions necessary for analyzing qualitative data, from creating and managing a code system to coding documents to retrieving coded segments. They can also use deeper analysis techniques and memos to hold and organize ideas and thoughts. They will be able to conduct simple and complex lexical searches and automatically code search results.

Subject matter

  • Creating projects
  • Preparing and importing documents
  • Creating codes
  • Coding document segments
  • Assign code colours
  • Doing text retrieval
  • Creating and managing memos
  • Further functions may be explained, e.g. working with standardized data (variables), MAXMaps for data visualization, Summary Grid to work with summaries or Smart Publisher for automatic reporting.

Please bring your own laptop equipped with MAXQDA 11 (a 30-day trial version can be downloaded at:<link http: http downloads demo>

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If you are interested in taking part in the workshop, please send an email to <link window for sending>
VERBI will contact you with all necessary information.
The workshop will be restricted to 25 participants on a first come, first serve basis.

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