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1 Using CAQDAS and Google Earth to analyse qualitative data in the context of place Graham Hughes NCRM QUIC Node - University of Surrey Research Methods Festival - 6 th July 2010

2 Software used in this session MAXqda (v2010) NVivo (v8) ATLAS.ti (v6) Google Earth

3 A traditional map

4 A Google Earth Image

5 Google Earth control panel

6 Save a “place” in GE

7 Creating a geolink in MAXqda

8 How a geolink shows in MAXqda

9 Working with GE and MAXqda

10 MAXqda coding and audio

11 Creating a geolink in Nvivo (1)

12 Creating a geolink in Nvivo (2)

13 Creating a geolink in Nvivo (3)

14 How the link appears in Nvivo (1)

15 How the link appears in Nvivo (2)

16 ATLAS.ti has a different approach

17 Google Earth is embedded within ATLAS project

18 Make a quotation (not a link)

19 A Google Earth PD is a set of places

20 Save a GE ‘Snapshot’ view

21 Text quotes can be linked to GE quotes

22 Now GE opens in a new window

23 With a network create a “virtual crowd”

24 In conclusion MAXqda is quite easy, but has only basic functionality for GE and audio links Nvivo users should hope for an improvement with v9. It does provide linking facilities but they are ‘clunky’ ATLAS.ti tries hard to integrate the programs, and offers the greatest flexibility for imaginative users


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