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This session will be particularly valuable for current users of Dedoose and those with a qualitative or mixed methods research background. We will begin by demonstrating some Dedoose basics such as how to import, excerpt, and code documents. We will also touch on more advanced qualitative and mixed methods features of the software ranging from integrating demographic data, utilizing code weighting, using advanced filtering techniques, and building and maintaining inter-rater reliability using Cohen’s Kappa right within Dedoose. We will take you step-by-step through features that will help you make connections that matter, easily, and more efficiently than ever.
It is strongly recommended that you sign up for a free trial of Dedoose prior to the workshop if you don't currently have an account with Dedoose. To do so, connect to: https://www.dedoose.com/LearnMore/SignUp.aspx click on the "For Free" link, then create a username, add your email address, put "Stanford Workshop" in the "Comments/Name of the Person Who Referred" field, and make note of the password you will be given.