WCQR2023 | Pre-Conference Workshop
AI technologies in ATLAS.ti: Invigorate your research and accelerate innovation
December 13th 2022 | Online (Free)
9:00 AM (EST/GMT-5 – New York, Washington, Georgia, Ontario, Quebec…)
3:00 PM (CET/GMT+1 – Madrid, Paris, Berlin, Vienna, Warsaw…)
10:00 PM (GMT+8 – Shanghai, Beijing, Singapore, Manila, Perth…)
Qualitative research bears great potential to unleash innovative insights, because data is collected in an open-ended manner that allows people to freely express themselves. But there is a catch: analyzing qualitative data can be very time consuming! Fortunately, artificial intelligence (AI) and natural language processing (NLP) have been drastically evolving, making it possible for qualitative researchers to harness these technologies and unlock new potentials for any methodology and any research question. The ATLAS.ti AI Lab is continuously working to empower your research with a range of AI-driven technologies that can instantly filter and segment your data, identify relevant pieces of data, and automatically code your data. Join us in this live online workshop where we will introduce how you can easily analyze opinions, concepts, sentiments, entities, keywords and synonyms, and word frequencies and parts of speech in ATLAS.ti Desktop.
Duration: 60 minutes
Neringa Kalpokas (ATLAS.ti)
Neringa Kalpokas has a PhD in social psychology from the Complutense University of Madrid, Spain. Currently she is working as the Director with ATLAS.ti Scientific Software Development GmbH. She is also a professor at IE University (Madrid, Spain). Her specialisations include political psychology, qualitative research and leadership.
Ivana Radivojevic (ATLAS.ti)
Ivana Radivojevic has a degree in psychology, and she is currently pursuing her PhD at IE University. She is the Project Manager with ATLAS.ti Scientific Software Development GmbH. Her specialisations include organisational behaviour and qualitative research.