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Using Digital Tools for Visual Analysis


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Using Digital Tools for Visual Analysis

This workshop discusses digital tools for analysing visual data.

Venue/Time:  Online/ 1.00pm - 5.00pm


Students £35

Education and charitable sector applicants £45

Government and commercial sector applicants £55


Course Code

Using Digital Tools for Visual Analysis

Course Leader

Dr Christina Silver
Course Description

This workshop discusses digital tools for analysing visual data. We begin by broadly considering different methodological approaches to analysing visual data to place the use of digital tools in context. We then introduce the range of digital tools designed to facilitate the analysis of visual data – focusing on the genre of tools collectively referred to as Computer Assisted Qualitative Data AnalysiS (CAQDAS) packages but also discussing tools derived from other contexts. To bring visual analysis to life we then focus on strategies and tactics for implementing an analysis, considering on common analytic activities and how they can be accomplished using software tools.

This involves distinguishing between the needs of working with still and moving images, the manner and extent to which they may need to be integrated with other forms of data (including the generation of synchronised transcripts and combining materials from different sources), and options for working directly with visual materials. In doing so, we consider data management tools, analytic tools, and representational tools. The workshop showcases a selection of CAQDAS-packages including ATLAS.ti, Dedoose, MAXQDA, NVivo, QDA Miner and Transana.


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