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TEL 713: Advanced Qualitative Methods

Qualitative Analysis Software

The following software tools are highlighted in this guide and recommended for this course to analyze qualitative data. 

For free trials or ASU access to the software, see the boxes below, which also include links to videos and manuals that will help you use the software packages to analyze your data.

ATLAS ti.

ATLAS.ti is a qualitative research tool that can be used to code and analyze transcripts and field notes, manage data, create network diagrams, visual data, and build literature reviews. Visit this link to install a free trial.

Free Trial

Video

User Manual

Basics

Dedoose

Dedoose is a cross-platform app to analyze qualitative and mixed methods research including text, photos, audio, videos, and spreadsheet data. Visit this link to install a free, month-long trial.

Free Trial

Video

User Manual

HyperRESEARCH

HyperRESEARCH gives you access and control with keyword coding, mind-mapping tools and theory building, to name a few of its features. 

Free Access (faculty, staff and student of Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College - only)

Video

User Manual

MAXQDA

MAXQDA supports various methodologies such as grounded theory, literature reviews, market research and qualitative content analysis. The software can help you collect, organize, analyze, visualize and publish your research data. 

Free Trial

Video

User Manual

NVivo

NVivo is a data analysis software package that can help you organize, code and manage your data. NVivo can help you analyze through visualization, memoing and reporting. While this is complex software tool, it is worth the effort for large research projects.

Free Trial

Video

User Manual

Basics

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