6 ideas for displaying qualitative data

December 9, 2014 at 11:44 am Leave a comment

In a recent blog post, Ann K. Emery sets out 6 great ideas for displaying qualitative data:

  1. Word clouds
  2. Showcasing Open-Ended Survey Data Beside Closed-Ended Data (see example below)
  3. Photos Beside Participants’ Responses
  4. Icons Beside Descriptions and Responses
  5. Diagrams to Explain Concepts and Processes
  6. Graphic Timelines

Read her full post here>>

Example of point 2 from Anne K. Emery: 

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