Qualitative Data Analysis Software for Windows and Mac OS X
What is MAXQDA?
The new MAXQDA 12
Get a tour of all the new features in MAXQDA 12 for Windows and Mac OS X. Focus group analysis, twitter connection, new visualisations and more.
MAXQDA Training Center
New users will find it easy to learn MAXQDA in our “Get Started” section. We also have free manuals and lots of training opportunities.
Free 30 Day Trial
Try MAXQDA for 30 days with this fully functional demo version. Unlock at any time to continue your work with the full version.
Flexible License Options
Licenses for every need – for students, for institutions, for pc labs, for companies. Standard, network and USB version available.
Join a worldwide network of researchers and start working with our powerful, yet easy to use QDA software today.
The MAXQDA Community
High School Teacher from Berlin Brings Students in Contact with Scientific Research by Using MAXQDAPhilip Boddin teaches mathematics and geography at the Max Delbrück Gymnasium, which is a...
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Easy to learn and very efficient to use. Thanks to the elegant and straightforward design of MAXQDA, you can easily translate flashes of insights into descriptive and theoretical codes, analytical models in the form of hierarchical code system, and various types of memos, without being bothered by complicated technicalities.
Ikuya Sato, Professor of Sociology and Organizational Science, Hitotsubashi University, Graduate School of Commerce and Management, Japan, Tokyo
I have used MAXQDA as my primary recommended qualitative data analysis software program since 2005, when I began facilitating Spanish-language projects and MAXQDA was the only program with full documentation in Spanish. Since that time, I have taught MAXQDA in a wide variety of settings including education, government, and non-profit organizations.
Karen Andes, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Hubert Department of Global Health – Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University, USA
What I like about MAXQDA is its ease of use (a low learning curve), the depth and breadth of its classifiaction and analysis functions, and the possibiltiy of conducting different kinds of qualitative or texts analysis simultaneously.
Warren A. Hodge, Ph.D., University of North Florida, Department of Counseling and Educational Leadership, USA
The ability to easily import string and numeric selection variables provides an invaluable tool for relating complementary quantitative and qualitative research strategies. This and other features have made MAXQDA particularly well-suited for integrating ethnographic and epidemiological methods for a cultural epidemiology of various health problems.
Mitchell Weiss, MD, PhD, Professor and Head, Department of Public Health and Epidemiology, Swiss Tropical Institute, Basel, Switzerland