Recent work has largely been about coding (qualitatively speaking, not computerly speaking). Both my own data and that of others. Since I’ve been second coder on a colleague’s work, I spent some time reading about Cohen’s Kappa, a method used to measure agreement between coders.

Some useful resources and why they’re good:

In such research, the data may be collected qualitatively, but it is often analyzed quantitatively, using frequencies, percentages, averages, or other statistical analyses to determine relationships. Qualitative research, however, is more holistic and often involves a rich collection of data from various sources to gain a deeper understanding of individual participants, including their opinions, perspectives, and attitudes. Qualitative research collects data qualitatively, and the method of analysis is also primarily qualitative.