This screencast tutorial introduces the basic tools for coding qualitative data in MAXQDA software.
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This is just brilliant. A comprehensive yet easy to follow tutorial and a perfect combination of introducing the techniques of coding in MAXQDA together with crucial methodological aspects. Thank you Lance!
Thank you, Lance, and please keep the tutorials coming!
Really great! Thank you Lance, very good work!
thanks lance! I have learned about coding in so short a time!! it’s fantastic!!!
Thank you!!!! :)
When will the others (on coding) be available? Looking forward to them.
Thanks for the feedback. I’m glad to hear you’re looking forward to more videos. I have several more planned but it will probably be the summer before I have time to work on them again. Please feel free to sign up to be notified when more videos are published.
The videos are so helpful and inviting. I,too, have a Mac and wonder which version of Parellels and Windows I should purchase?
Thank you for these excellent tutorials!!!
looking forward to more.
(It’s a pity that the following 2 tutorials aren’t available to download from vimeo: Working with MAXQDA – 1: Getting Started and Working with MAXQDA – 2: Importing and organizing text)
Wonderful work – thank you so much! Greetings from Poland!
Lance, really! This is great and very helpful. Thanks a lot!
Excellent tutorial. I started MAX only using the hard copy information, and one of my fellow students recommended I view your videos. You made things so clear! I know you haven’t developed the tutorial on color coding, but I do have a question: In your opinion and experience, is it best for sub-codes to adopt the inherent color of the main code? For my test, I assigned sub-codes a sub-set of the main code color, but when looking at the document, I am not sure I gained anything. Your expertise would be appreciated.
Thank you so much Dr. Gravlee.
I will be analyzing 20 interviews using IPA (interpretative phenomenological analysis). In IPA, codes are clustered into themes, and different themes may form superordinate themes. How is that handled with MAXQDA?
Thanks so much it’s been really helpfull in getting me started quickly. I can’t wait untill you publish more i’m really curious to applying weight to coded segments
thanks for the tutorial clips. It’s really helpful in getting me started with coding my materials. looking forward for your next tutorial, hope it won’t be long :)
MaxQDA can put codes into a hierarchical form, so sub-codes up to 10 levels deep can be created. So a superordinate theme would be the highest level with themes as a level below them and codes a level below themes.
I hope this helps. You can writer MaxQDA, and they WILL respond. Their website is http://www.maxqda.com/
Best of luck in your project,
Thanks for your very useful tutorial…looking forward for the rest of it.
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