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    Aliya
    Participant

    Hi, I’m compiling a list of useful web resources to share on SRMO when it launches in the Fall. What resources do you use?

     

    Let us know here or at this Methodspace discussion http://bit.ly/9LpJuG 

     

    So far some of the suggestions we’ve had include:

    OpenStat (http://statpages.org/miller/openstat/)
    PSPP (http://ow.ly/1JtYk)
    SOFA (http://www.sofastatistics.com/home.php)
    TANAGRA (http://chirouble.univ-lyon2.fr/~ricco/tanagra/en/tanagra.html)

     

    Thanks!

     

    A

    #4554
    David Harris
    Participant

    Hi Aliya,
    I am assembling links on a research methods database on my own website — http://www.arasite.org/RMdatabase/RMintro.html Colleagues are welcome to browse and if they have any suggestions, I would be grateful.
    Dave

    #4553
    Aliya
    Participant

    Hi Dave, your database is really helpful, thanks!
    A

    #4552
    Hazel Burke
    Member

    Hi Aliya
    This is more what we produce rather than what we use: resources from Realities (part of the ESRC’s National Centre for Research Methods) include our range of toolkits and working papers. Topics include: transcribing qualitative data, ways of writing with and analysing qualitative data, using music elicitation, using participatory maps, anonymising data, participant-produced video, getting informed consent for visual data, ethics and research teams. We also have recordings of presentations from our events. It’s all freely available on our website for people to use in their research and teaching.
    Hazel

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    Aliya
    Participant

    Thanks Hazel, these toolkits look brilliant
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