We've now got more than 70 posts on the official Quirkos blog, on lots of different aspects of qualitative research and using Quirkos in different fields. But it's now getting a bit difficult to navigate, so I wanted to do a quick recap with the 10 most popular articles, based on the number of hits over the last two years.
A review of tools that can be used to assess the quality of qualitative research.
The first on a series of posts about transcribing qualitative research, breaking open the process and costs.
Some tips for recording interviews and focus-groups for good quality transcription
Some advice to help researchers conduct good interviews, and what to plan for in advance
Issues to consider when sampling, and later recruiting participants in qualitative studies
The importance of having a guide to facilitate in-depth qualitative interviews
Last on the transcription trifecta, tips for making transcription a bit easier if you have to do it yourself
Some different approaches to self-report and experience sampling in qualitative research
Factors to consider when trying to get participants for qualitative research
The importance of packaging and presenting qualitative research in ways that can be understood by quantitative-focused policy makers and journal editors
There are a lot more themes to explore in the blog post, including posts on how to use CAQDAS software, and doing your qualitative analysis in Quirkos, the most colourful and intuitive way to explore your qualitative research.