Do you work with qualitative data such as interview recordings and transcripts, written survey responses, or other text, image, audio and video files? Come along to this session to find out how to structure and format your data files for use with Computer Assisted Qualitative Data AnalysiS (CAQDAS) software, how to organise your data files into a folder structure for analysis, and how to document your data so that it can be understood and reused.
- Understand how to structure and format your qualitative data
- Understand how to organise your qualitative data files within a folder structure
- Understand how to document your qualitative data
- Ensure your qualitative data is optimised for re-use and replication
Target audience: Researchers and HDR students who are or will be working with qualitative data using software such as Microsoft Word and Excel, as well as PDF, image, audio, and video files, or analysis software such as NVivo, ATLAS.ti, MAXQDA, or similar.