Reference : The MAXQDA and ethic commitments
Diverse speeches and writings : Article for general public
Arts & humanities : History
http://hdl.handle.net/10993/45826
The MAXQDA and ethic commitments
English
Bronec, Jakub mailto [University of Luxembourg > Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C2DH) > Contemporary History of Luxembourg >]
8-Jan-2020
DHH blogpost
Yes
International
[en] MAXQDA ; Ethics ; analysis
[en] The aim of this blogpost is to review data analysis software. None of the qualitative software (nVivo, Atlas.ti, Maxqda, dedoose.) actually "analyse" the data for you in the way that quantitative software does. They are more applicable in systematically organising, coding, annotating, visualising, etc. rather than data analysis. In essence, the analysis is still the user’s burden, and the software only assists in managing and exploring the data. In particular, this software overlap quite heavily in terms of the features they offer, and most of their differences are in the "look and feel" of the interface.
Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C2DH) > Doctoral Training Unit (DTU)
Researchers ; Professionals ; Students ; General public
http://hdl.handle.net/10993/45826
https://dhh.uni.lu/2020/01/08/the-maxqda-and-ethic-commitments/
FnR ; FNR10929115 > Andreas Fickers > DHH > Digital History And Hermeneutics > 01/03/2017 > 31/08/2023 > 2015

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