[Air-L] Web Pages and Qualitative Data Analysis
axel77 at gmail.com
Mon Aug 17 00:34:54 PDT 2009
Regarding analysis of HTML-documents I heared from a collegue he was
very happy with this firefox addon: wired-maker. Not a fully fletched
QDA, but the very most important / basic features are there:
Regarding Atlas.TI, are you sure it can do PDF? I once got myself a
private students license (for some 100 bucks and something) and I
cannot assign pdf documents to a project. Possibly its a limit of the
students license or possibly it might be my limited training regarding
On Mon, Aug 17, 2009 at 8:53 AM, Stefano De
Paoli<Stefano.DePaoli at nuim.ie> wrote:
> Dear all,
> we are starting Qualitative Data Analysis (QDA)of messages taken from
> Internet forums that we have
> saved as Web Pages (in HTML format) using the Firefox extension ScrapBook.
> We are now looking for QDA software that will allow us to analyse
> these Web Pages while keep the layout intact.
> Our department has some licenses for NVIVO.
> While in the process of importing our data into NVIVo (HTML files that
> we have previously exported in PDF) we discovered that this program
> does not keep the original layout of the Web Page. From a PDF file NVIVO
> just imports the text. In other words it seems that we cannot use
> NVIVO for our analysis.
> Surfing around the Internet we discovered that ATLAS.ti (another
> QDA software) allows one to manage PDF files in a native mode (i.e. it
> keeps the page layout intact).
> However a single license for ATLAS costs 438 Euros (a bit
> expensive), and before we buy a license we would like to
> see if there are any other solutions available.
> Have you ever had similar problems?
> What type of software do you use for your QDA of Web Pages?
> Do you have other solutions to suggest?
> We look forward to your replies.
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