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MAXQDA Professional Trainer:
Diana Mendieta Vicuña

Language(s)English, Spanish
LocationValencia, Spain
RadiusSpain, Belgium, South America


  • Starter Workshop (including Transcription and Visual Tools)
  • Advanced Workshops

Method Focus

  • Visualizations
  • Literature Reviews

Other types of workshops

  • Stakeholder Analysis with MAXQDA
Methodological Expertise

Qualitative Content, Text Analysis for Local Development Research

Consulting Services

Consulting services for research groups, individuals and firms in the efficient use of MAXQDA for Local Development Research process.

Individual classes (online)


I am currently pursuing my PhD in Local Development and International Cooperation at the University of Valencia. Throughout my academic journey, I have been actively utilizing MAXQDA since early 2015, and it remains an integral part of my ongoing research for my doctoral project. I have successfully employed MAXQDA for the analysis of semi-structured interviews and surveys, specifically focusing on the profound impact of renewable energies on sustainable development in rural areas.

I offer comprehensive consulting services for research groups, individuals, and firms, specializing in the efficient utilization of MAXQDA for Local Development Research processes. With my expertise, I can assist you in optimizing your research workflow and leveraging the full potential of MAXQDA to enhance your projects. Additionally, I provide individualized online classes to guide you through the intricacies of MAXQDA, ensuring that you have a solid foundation in using the software effectively.

Relevant Publications

Mendieta Vicuña, D. & Esparcia Pérez, J. (2018): “Aproximación metodológica al análisis de contenidos a partir del discurso de los actores. Un ensayo de investigación social de procesos de desarrollo local (Loja, Ecuador)”, Empiria, 39, 15-47.

Mendieta Vicuña, D., Escribano, J. y Esparcia, J. (2017). Electrificación, desarrollo rural y Buen Vivir. Un análisis a partir de las parroquias Taday y Rivera (Ecuador). Cuadernos Geográficos, 56(2), 306-327.



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