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Visual Text Exploration
Whether you are analyzing a single speech or an entire bookshelf: MAXDictio in MAXQDA Plus allows you to explore the content and structure of your texts without needing to read or code a single sentence in advance.
Take our Interactive Wordtree for example: It visualizes all the combinations that lead to or from any word of your choice, including a detailed display of frequencies.
This incredibly powerful feature can provide new and fascinating perspectives even on texts you know well and allows for a comprehensive overview of those you don’t.
Content analysis: From single words…
Whatever your style of research or unit of analysis: MAXDictio provides the tools to suit your needs.
Are you interested in the use of certain terms in your material?
Use the “Keyword-in-context” feature to display all word locations and their (freely definable) context in an interactive result table. One click is all you need to jump to the original passage in your document browser.
… to entire word combinations
Or you can check out the frequencies, ranks and distribution of word combinations and filter them according to your own interests. The advanced options allow for lemmatization (summarizing words that share the same stem), the use of stop lists, the dissection of your material in conjunction with variables or codes, and much more.
Of course you can also use MAXDictio to analyze frequencies, ranks and the distribution of single words in your material. Lemmatization and the use of stop lists and go lists is included, as well as the option to analyse your material in conjunction with variables or codes.
Dictionary based analysis: define categories …
Our dictionary features allow you to define categories of search terms, the occurrence of which you can then measure and compare. Whether you drag-and-drop terms from a result table, type them in, import them from a file or automatically derive them from codes: you’ll have lots of opportunities to process them further. You can compare the frequencies, ranks and distributions of your specified search terms with each other …
… and discover their value
… or analyze the frequencies for entire dictionary categories. Use the Category-Matrix-Browser to visualize your findings. If you want to continue your analysis on another level, you can automatically code your categories and all your search terms, or transform them into document variables.