QDAMiner 3.0 ships

We posted about the beta version back in May, but now the full version of QDAMiner 3.0 is finally available.

Part of the Provalis suite of quantitative and qualitative text analysis tools, QDAMiner now also supports image coding (comparable to Atlas.ti), supervised machine learning (document classification based on example), and offers many improvements to common (and not so common) analytical and data management tasks.

Again, both Mike and I have used Provalis software for years, and we're still discovering ways we can use it to interrogate text. Once the academy realizes how much of what we study is leaving an electronic record, tools like Provalis will become de rigueur for serious social scientists.

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