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Dec. 15, 2023
Hitachi Solutions uses Risk Analysis in the Manufacturing Industry with the @RISK Developer Kit

In the manufacturing industry supply planning is done based on forecasts of demand and prices of raw materials, but predicting these factors is extremely difficult. For this reason it is vital to understand the difference between forecasts and reality, and how this affects management. At the Planning Department of Hitachi Solutions East Japan, Ltd., @RISK […]

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Dec. 12, 2023
The Basics of Document Analysis

Document analysis is the process of reviewing or evaluating documents both printed and electronic in a methodical manner. The document analysis method, like many other qualitative research methods, involves examining and interpreting data to uncover meaning, gain understanding, and come to a conclusion. What is Meant by Document Analysis? Document analysis pertains to the process […]

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Dec. 12, 2023
Finding Articles that Cite Another Article with Citation Tracking 

Go Forwards in Time with Citation Tracking As it’s vital for researchers to consult a variety of external sources when conducting research, such as in a literature review, you might use a bibliography to find additional sources (like we discuss in our Bibliography Hacking article!). But what if there was a way to find out […]

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Dec. 8, 2023
Thematic Analysis of Interview Data: 6 Ways NVivo Can Help

On any given day, close to 80% of NVivo users are busy with interview analysis. Like you, they're looking for the best way to make sense of their data so they can deliver robust results. If you’re just getting started with analyzing interviews using thematic analysis, it can be hard knowing where to start. These […]

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Dec. 8, 2023
Perfecting the Art of Qualitative Coding

Learn about the stages of qualitative coding in this post with Dr. Philip Adu, Founder and Methodology Expert at the Center for Research Methods Consulting, LLC. What is Qualitative Coding? Coding in qualitative data is the process of labeling your data to help identify key themes and connections between the data. Coding qualitative data is […]

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Dec. 4, 2023
14 Reasons Why NVivo is the Best Qualitative Data Analytics Software

On the first day of research, my data gave to me... Join us as we help you to (re)discover some of the key elements of NVivo, powerful qualitative data analytics software, that will help set you up for success in 2024. Our 14 days of qualitative and mixed methods research (in honor of NVivo 14, […]

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Dec. 1, 2023
An Overview of Grounded Theory in Qualitative Research

Using grounded theory, you can examine a specific process or phenomenon and develop new theories derived from the collected real-world data and their analysis. Grounded theory research is an inductive approach in which a theory is developed based on data. This is the opposite of the traditional hypothesis-deductive research approaches where hypotheses are formulated and […]

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Nov. 30, 2023
Advancements in Mixed Methods Research Integration

Have you seen the advancements discussed in the new Sage Handbook of Mixed Methods Research Design (Poth, 2023)? This webinar will explore several emerging design advancements for the requisite integration of qualitative and quantitative data and findings within mixed methods research — including evolutions in typologies, use of technology, descriptions of culture, community-based approaches, and […]

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Nov. 30, 2023
Assessment of the Panel Performance in CATA and RATA Experiments

The CATA and RATA tasks have extensive use in sensory research. While primarily intended for consumer evaluation, they also serve as alternatives to profiling tasks and are suitable for trained judges. In such instances, it is vital to analyze the panel's performance and conduct a multivariate analysis of sessions. This webinar demonstrates how to address […]

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Nov. 30, 2023
Be a More Productive Scholar Webinar Series Part 5: Successfully Balance Time for Work and Life

Productive scholars establish a routine, a rhythm, that boosts productivity. Most preserve morning hours to tackle their most intellectually demanding tasks and push more routine tasks like meetings and teaching to the afternoon. Most work 40-50 hours per week, though some work more, with about half that time focused on research activities. Productive scholars set […]

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Nov. 16, 2023
The Joy of Doing Grounded Theory Online

Join this seminar for a simple introduction to the challenge of doing a grounded theory with online sources. Whether you are a first-time user of grounded theory or an experienced one, this seminar will inspire you to explore online data sources as a foundation for your grounded theory study. The joy of grounded theory is […]

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Nov. 13, 2023
AI in Qualitative Analysis: The Importance of Harnessing Disruptions

Author: Christina Silver, Ph.D., Associate Professor (Teaching) & Director of the CAQDAS Networking Project At the recent Lumivero conference, a few presentations discussed the role of artificial intelligence (AI) in qualitative, quantitative, and mixed-methods research. There were lots of fascinating and engaging presentations across all the conference days, and one that I found particularly interesting […]

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