Tag Archives: open tools

Open Tools (5): XKCD-Style Narrative Charts

The series Open Tools presents openly available tools supporting mostly qualitative SAP research. This post is about the Open Source tool “Narrative Charts” by Simon Elvery. In between highly productive episodes of practice research some of us might have browsed … Continue reading

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Open Tools (4): The Booklet “Writing for Research” by Raewyn Connell

The series Open Tools presents openly available tools supporting mostly qualitative SAP research. This post is about the booklet “Writing for Research” by Raewyn Connell. Since starting this series, we have mostly featured openly licensed software tools. However, the booklet “Writing for … Continue reading

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Open Tools (3): Digital Research Tools (DiRT) Directory

The series Open Tools presents openly available tools supporting mostly qualitative SAP research. This post is about the Digital Research Tools Directory. The Digital Research Tools (DiRT) directory is the tool for finding the right tools – a meta-tool, if … Continue reading

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Open Tools (2): Online CAQDA Coding Tool »QCAmap«

The series Open Tools presents openly available tools supporting mostly qualitative SAP research. This post is about online CAQDA coding tool QCAmap. Most researchers turn to powerful and expensive general purpose software tools equipped for different kinds of Computer Assisted Qualitative Data … Continue reading

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New Series: Open Tools (1): Online Transcription Tool »oTranscribe«

The series Open Tools presents openly available tools supporting mostly qualitative SAP research. This first post is about oTranscribe. The first step in analyzing qualitative interview data is the transcription of respective recordings. With the web application oTranscribe you are able … Continue reading

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