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Category: 4 Theses, 4.3 Finished Theses

Abstract: Qualitative Data Analysis (QDA) requires a set of competences which can best be aquired through direct experience. Transferring these competences through practical exercises to students in a classroom setting is a challenging task, due to the difficulties which arise with scaling high-touc...

Category: 4 Theses, 4.3 Finished Theses

Abstract: QDAcity is a cloud-based web application that supports qualitative data analysis. Many research projects are executed by multiple researchers and therefore require some degree of collaboration for the qualitative data analysis process. QDAcity already aids this process by managing a single...

Category: 4 Theses, 4.3 Finished Theses

Abstract: Globalization of Applications is not a new problem to which there is an immensive amount of solutions. But with increasing popularity of the internet, the increasing amount of web technologies, the growing speed of web development and thereof more and more web applications arises the need ...

Category: 4 Theses, 4.3 Finished Theses

Abstract: QDAcity ist eine Webanwendung zur Unterstützung der qualitativen Datenanalyse (QDA) von Text-Daten. Bei der qualitativen Datenanalyse geht es darum Informationen und Zusammenhänge aus unstrukturierten Daten wie Interviewtranskriptionen zu gewinnen. Ein wichtiger Prozess bei der QDA ist die...

Category: 4 Theses, 4.3 Finished Theses

Abstract: The cloud-based QDAcity platform allows to conduct collaborative research projects applying Qualitative Data Analysis methods and research validation through crowdsourcing. When using Qualitative Data Analysis as a research method, expressive measurements of the quality and maturity of the...

Category: 4 Theses, 4.3 Finished Theses

Abstract: Requirements elicitation is an important factor in software engineering. Mainly the information needed is elicited through interviews and other qualitative sources. The analysis that follows is often an ad-hoc process that relies on expertise of the analyst(s) and therefore is hardly repli...