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NUD*ISTNon-numerical Unstructured Data Indexing, Searching, and Theorizing
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To better understand the relationships between participants' PPTs and their self-reported sources, these data were quantified by using NUD*IST 6 (QSR International, 2003) to calculate the percentage that each source contributed to each content subcategory identified in their PPTs.
Some of this inherent bias in qualitative research was mitigated because the NUD*IST software rather than the investigator was generating frequency of occurrence of the themes.
Each transcript was then analyzed using the qualitative data analysis program QSR NUD*ISTO version N6 (NUD*IST, 2002).
Each interview was transcribed and coded using NUD*IST 4 software for qualitative analysis.
All of the transcribed interviews were imported into the QSR NUD*IST (Non-numerical Unstructured Data Indexing, Searching, and Theorizing) computer software package.
They were then analyzed using QSR NUD*IST 4.0 software (QSR, 1997).
Boje discusses the various ways to trace and represent networks and evaluates the pros and cons of software tools, such as Ethnograph, NUD*IST and NVivo.
We used a grounded theory approach (Strauss & Corbin, 1998) to analyze the focus group transcripts and notes and used a qualitative analysis software program (NUD*IST; Qualitative Solutions and Research, 1997) to store and manipulate the data.
As each interview was coded, the interviews and the codes were entered into QSR NUD*IST 4 (1997), a software program for storing, merging, and analyzing qualitative data, by a data collector experienced in data entry and familiar with NUD*IST.
All the transcribed documents were introduced into QSR NUD*IST (Non-Numerical Unstructured Data Indexing, Searching Theory-Building), Version 3, (QSR NUD.IST) a software program designed for qualitative data analysis.