Describing and Illustrating Data Analysis in Mixed Research
Combs, Julie P.
Onwuegbuzie, Anthony J.
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In this methodological paper, the authors propose a tool that brings together various quantitative and qualitative data analysis (i.e., mixed analysis) techniques into one meta-framework to assist mixed researchers (who use qualitative and quantitative approaches within the same study) in the data analysis phase of mixed research studies. A meta-framework for mixed analysis techniques is described, which incorporates 13 criteria that methodologists have used to create their mixed analysis typologies. In particular, a heuristic example is used with the aid of screenshots to illustrate how one can utilize several of these data analysis techniques to conduct mixed analyses.
CitationCombs, J. P., & Onwuegbuzie, A. J. (2010). Describing and illustrating data analysis in mixed research. International Journal of Education, 2(2).
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