Note-taking for qualitative research is a hard skill to master, here are 9 tips to help you become a better note-taker.
Reframer is a qualitative notetaking tool that helps you store, makes sense of and organize your observations (and your colleagues’) in one place.
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We’re thrilled to announce that Reframer is coming out of beta on February 4, 2019.
Whatever your note-taking method, collecting and making sense of your qualitative research can be a challenge.
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When you have a bunch of recorded observations, how do you go about the complex task of analyzing them?