Using Excel for Qualitative Data Analysis

This article, written by Susan Eliot for The Listening Resource provides detailed guidance on the use of a step-by-step process for using Excel as a tool to support the analysis of qualitative data for research or evaluation purposes.

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Contents

  • Assumptions
  • Worksheet Template
  • Data Entry
  • Coding and Categorizing
  • An Example
  • Making Comparisons
  • Step-by-Step Guide

Source

Eliot, S. The Listening Resource, (2011). Using excel for qualitative data analysis. Retrieved from website: http://www.qualitative-researcher.com/qualitative-analysis/using-excel-f...

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Andy Josolyne
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A useful pragmatic article providing issues, concerns and literature review. Thanks

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Alice Macfarlan
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Hi Andy,

Thanks for your feedback - I'm glad you found the article useful.

Best,

Alice

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Marsha Dubuk
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Hello! 
I'm unable to access this resource! Is there a way that it could be e-mailed to me? Thank you so much.

Marsha Dubuk

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Alice Macfarlan
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Hi Marsha,

Unfortunately I am unable to email this to you however I have found a re-posting of this article on Scribed that you may be able to access.

Kind regards,

Alice

 

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