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Six Ideas for Displaying Qualitative Data

Six Ideas for Displaying Qualitative Data

I used to conduct qualitative-heavy research projects¬†pretty much all day every day. Key informant interviews, bellwether interviews, document review, focus groups, you name it… …so I know from personal experience that 99.9% of qualitative reports look like this: Which is fine, unless you want someone…

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How Data Visualization Supports Decision Making

How Data Visualization Supports Decision Making

The only thing I love more than analyzing research data is analyzing personal finance data. In both cases, simple descriptive statistics and basic charts can shine a spotlight on interesting patterns and help people choose their course of action. Not too long ago, a friend…

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