I am so glad I made the switch from #NVIVO to #hyperresearch. Although index cards and floor space still preferred method for qual data
Nach drei Minuten testen finde ich diese Software intuitiver als MaxQDA, Atlas.ti und Nvivo. ;)
Rough English translation: "Test after three minutes, I think this software is more intuitive than MaxQDA, Atlas.ti and NVivo. :)"
I find HyperTranscribe and HyperResearch intuitive oh and I LOVE that it's cross-platform... I am very happy with your product! ...I am so happy to have found a software package that allows me to start analyzing data right away rather than having to spend hours learning a software package. Cheers!
Finally getting a chance to use HyperResearch on a qualitative data set. So nice and smooth! I'm loving it so far!
Truly enjoying my weekend of video coding with / Thanks, !
I have been very impressed with your software (as a former NVivo user) and am looking forward to using it more thoroughly for my critical discourse analysis. While I am one of the rare students not on Facebook, I have and will continue to recommend your software.
Thanks to the team at Researchware for all your help while I was completing my dissertation study. The dissertation went well, and while I only had seven subjects, there was a mountain of media data and HyperRESEARCH kept it all in context. I love the product.
Our university uses nVivo. I can't think why. HyperRESEARCH is much more user friendly.
While making sense of qualitative data must allow for the occasionally frustrating nature of emerging data, HyperRESEARCH made this method of data analysis a more manageable, coherent, and organized process. I could not imagine trying to sort qualitative data without HyperRESEARCH, and recommend it highly.
HyperRESEARCH has been an indispensable resource for us. To do qualitative research by hand as it used to be done would be an enormous undertaking. We have somewhere in the vicinity of 5,000 pages of transcribed interviews. If we didn't have the HyperRESEARCH software, we never would have been able to do it. We would have needed to have probably four or five research assistants.