AI Assist: Discover the exciting new MAXQDA add-on – now available for free!

Certified MAXQDA Trainer:
Andreas Müller

Language(s)German, English
LocationVienna, Austria
RadiusAustria, Germany, EU (remote: globally)


  • Starter Workshop
  • Advanced Workshops

Method Focus

  • Visualizations
  • Qualitative Evaluation
  • Mixed Methods
  • Audio-Video Analysis
  • AI Assisted qualitative content analysis


  • MAXQDA for business (market and UX research)
Methodological Expertise
  • Content Analysis
  • Grounded Theory
  • Mixed Methods
  • AI Assisted analysis of qualitative data
  • Objective Hermeneutics
  • Interviews, Focus Groups, Observation
  • Historical Research
Consulting Services
  • Bachelor thesis
  • Master thesis
  • Dissertation
  • Writing consultation / mentoring
  • Analysis in teams

I am active as a MAXQDA trainer for more than five years and work with clients from various fields and businesses daily. I am formally trained as a historian and sociologist, yet I have worked since for customers in healthcare, business, market research, educational sciences, and various further disciplines. My technical knowledge of MAXQDA encompasses all functionalities of the software including MAXDictio, MAXStats, and I am specialized on using AI Assist.

My formal methodological training is based on Philipp Mayring’s “Qualitative Inhaltsanalyse” yet I have since broadened my expertise to include other methods such as Grounded Theory, Objective Hermeneutics and Mixed Methods research for which I also offer method courses. My consultation services include support along the entire research chain from the initial research question, over gathering data via interviews, focus groups or observations, to coding and analyzing data as well as mentoring during the final writing process.

Furthermore, I am an experienced and active researcher who conducts data analysis services for clients from various institutions such as the QUEST program of the Charité Berlin.

Relevant Publications

Müller, Andreas W.: Using MAXQDA’s Visual Tools: An Example with Historical Legal Documents In: Gizzi, M. C. & Rädiker, S. (2021). The practice of qualitative data analysis: Research examples using MAXQDA. MAXQDA Press. S. 55-70)

Podgorica, Nertila; Pjetri, Emiljano; Müller, Andreas W.; Deufert, Daniela (2021): Identifying ethical and legal issues in elder care. In: Nursing ethics, 969733020981761. DOI: 10.1177/0969733020981761.

Müller, Andreas (2020): Rezensionen des Allgemeinen Wissens. Frühneuzeitliche Lexika im Blickfeld zeitgenössischer Rezensenten. In: Katrin Löffler (Hg.): Wissen in Bewegung. Gelehrte Journale, Debatten und der Buchhandel der Aufklarung: Franz Steiner Verlag (Beiträge zur Kommunikationsgeschichte, v.33), S. 109–122.

Müller, Andreas (2019): Vom Konversationslexikon zur Enzyklopädie? Das Zedlersche Universal-Lexicon im Wandel der Zeit. Das 18. Jahrhundert. Jahrgang 42. Heft 1. S.73-90.

Müller, A. (2019). Elaborated concepts of witchcraft? Applying the “elaborated concept of witchcraft” in a comparative study on the witchcraft trials of Rostock (1584) and Hainburg (1617–18). E-Rhizome, 1(1), 1–22.

Müller, Andreas (2017): Die Magie der Inhaltsanalyse. Entwurf einer Inhaltsanalyse für den Vergleich von Hexenprozessakten aus Rostock 1584 und Hainburg 1617/18. Master thesis. University Vienna.

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