Weft QDA

This morning I downloaded and worked out how to code and export data using Weft QDA. It is open source, so simple to use and, while it is rather basic, it seems to fit well with the way I like to get my notes organised for writing.



One Response to “Weft QDA”

  1. Jeff Says:

    You should see also QDA Miner Lite. It’s more easy-to-use than Weft QDA and offers more features. For more info, visit http://provalisresearch.com/products/qualitative-data-analysis-software/freeware/

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