Love this combination of paper and technology, making it possible to see more than what fits on a computer screen.
The first thing I want to say is that data display was lots of fun!
So my last blog post finished after I had developed and played around with my propositions before moving onto data display.
Miles et al (2014) dedicates 6 chapters to data display (part 2 of their book). I read and re-read these chapters a number of times before I could get my head around everything. Had I not done this, I can see how I may have gone down an inappropriate avenue. Miles et al provide various suggestions along with some smashing examples about how data can be displayed – mainly though matrices and network displays.
For my study, I created matrices (with defined rows and columns). Miles et al describe matric construction as “a creative yet systematic tasks that furthers your understanding of the substance and meaning of your database” (p.113). A key point that…
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