Posts on using the qualitative data analysis tool Quirkos
Collaboration, team-work and qualitative project sharing
Quirkos Cloud is one of the few qualitative data analysis software packages to allow live, unlimited collaboration and project sharing. It's not an extra add-on, it's available to all users without any additional costs. There are no limits...
Quirkos 2.4 is released!
We are excited to announce the release of Quirkos 2.4! This free update brings a number of improvements, bugfixes and new features, and is available from today. It includes a major speed bump for global users of Quirkos Cloud, improved search and new ways to recode themes.
Importing structured qualitative data into Quirkos
While most qualitative researchers will use unstructured sources of data for their analysis, there are often times when you need to bring in data from structured interviews or surveys. Quirkos has tools and features that specifically help you manage these types of sources.
Quirkos v2.3.1 now available
We've released a minor bug fix release for our qualitative data analysis software Quirkos that addresses a couple of issues, and also adds a few little improvements for usability and comfort! The first is a bug fix for a rare issue where long sessions would get logged out from their
Announcing pricing for Quirkos Cloud
We’ve spent a long time building our new home for your qualitative data, making sure that it is safe and secure, spacious and dependable. We owe a lot of thanks to our testers across the world who have tried Quirkos cloud in different countries, internet connections and computers to
How to use qualitative analysis software (QDAS) for data management
A research project is often a big logistical undertaking, qualitative or otherwise. Through literature reviews, developing research questions, grant applications and funding, ethics/IRBs [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Institutional_review_board], managing co-researchers and supervisors, recruitment, collecting data from respondents, research journals, analysing data and writing up findings, there
Quirkos 2.1 launches with support for new exchange standard!
Today we are launching a free update for Quirkos which adds support for the new QDA-XML standard which is released publicly today for the first time. This will allow users to bring their coded project data from one qualitative software package to another
Quirkos 2 Scottish Homelands Tour
In the run-up to the release of Quirkos 2.0, we are running a series of workshops in Glasgow, Stirling and Edinburgh in October. These are all interactive bring a laptop sessions, where participants can bring their own laptops and data, or use example data sets and follow along. We'll
Teaching qualitative analysis software with Quirkos
It’s a new academic year, and many professors, lecturers and TAs will be reviewing their course materials and slides for this semester and beyond. Those teaching qualitative methods will also be looking at how to teach qualitative analysis, and wondering about including software as part of that process. While
Quirkos 1.5.1 is released!
We are happy to announce that the latest version of Quirkos (1.5.1) is now available for everyone to download for Windows, Mac and Linux! As ever, it's a free update that won't effect your licence or projects. Just install over your old version and get going straight away
Managing coding frameworks in Quirkos
If you are doing inductive coding or grounded theory, your coding framework can get complex, quickly. If you have hundreds of codes, they can become difficult to mangage which can slow down your coding - the part of your analysis you want as efficient and effective as possible