emoticode® – Code with Emoticons and Symbols
emoticode® – Transverbal Coding with Icons
Transcend the limits of verbal tagging through MAXQDA’s new, streamlined emoticode® system. Fully integrated with the new MAXApp, emoticoding fluidly optimizes data organization for teamwork, on-the-go functionality, and visualization. MAXQDA offers more than 300 emoticons and symbols, which are organized into different thematic groups.
Furthermore, every emoticon is automatically matched with a tagged description, which is imported into MAXQDA as the code name and visible when you hover over the symbol.
The traditional verbal coding you’re already familiar with works alongside this new option: All the functions of conventional coding are supported, meaning emoticons and icons will be displayed in the overview tables of coded segments and in visualizations such as the Document Portrait.
Literature Connection – analyze your literature
Import and process your RIS data
MAXQDA offers the possibility to import bibliographic data from reference management tools like Endnote, Citavi, and Zotero in RIS Format. Each reference entry will be imported as an independent document and can be coded, linked, searched, and given memos. As you build your bibliography in your reference management tool, data will automatically be collected about the author, publication year, subject, and so forth. When you import this information into MAXQDA, these “tags” are automatically transferred into codes and variables.
Of course, you can also export data from MAXQDA as RIS-Format, which can then be imported back into your reference management software.
Easily analyze how a topic is researched by importing RIS data of all the articles ever published in a specific journal into MAXQDA. Contrast titles from different time spans to find out if the way specific topics were approached has changed over time.