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Progam with QDA Qualitative Data Analysis features? Coding/tagging blocks of text?

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Posted by Peter
Aug 12, 2012 at 03:23 PM

 

Have people noted Atlas.ti, Nudist, NVivo? There are several webpages comparing these (industrial standards). I just bought the newest Atlas.ti 7 but very disappointed. They’re still old school in my opinion (no real advantage over Atlas.ti 6 in my opinion). I did find a convincing screencast of Tinderbox and the qual research process here: http://brandsavant.com/processing-qualitative-research-data-with-tinderbox/. I think the potential of something like DevonThink could really be exploited further for such work but I’m still learning how to use DT so I can’t really say.

 


Posted by Fredy
Aug 12, 2012 at 05:55 PM

 

Oh my! Peter’s post reminds me I hijacked this thread with a topic discussed elsewhere in this forum, but you cannot be more off-topic here: sorry! But it was spontaneous. So this subject being put into parentheses here…

(And forgive me upon my insisting: Perhaps the notion of “establishing an umbilical cord to the imaginary good object” or something could help with the cloud phenomenon.)

 


Posted by Fredy
Aug 12, 2012 at 07:17 PM

 

(“Umbilical cord” conveying the notion of NOURISHING good object… You could even go so far as saying that couch potatoes ain’t nourished enough by their tv alone, so are reduced to stuff that potato chips into themselves, on top, whilst people on their iPad umbilical cord - but must be online - are nourished some way better than that on their deepest psychological level, so can do without chips - it’s perhaps a matter of better “appropriation” of the stuff delivered to them? Whilst all that “identification” with tv content leaves you “hungry”, not satiated, on your deeper levels?)

 


Posted by Peter
Aug 13, 2012 at 03:14 PM

 

this might interest you (cords or no cords): http://savageminds.org/2010/07/26/qda-or-not-qda/

 


Posted by Carrot
Aug 14, 2012 at 06:57 AM

 

Fredy wrote:
>Oh my! Peter’s post reminds me I hijacked this thread with a topic discussed elsewhere

The thread is about “Progam with QDA Qualitative Data Analysis features? Coding/tagging blocks of text” and I appreciate all comments related to this.
Going off topic is easy, but pages and pages of off-topic is tedious indeed.

 


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