Using LiGRE’s codification tool will make it easier to ground your data in context and test your theories!
Intuitive and User-Friendly
LiGRE makes it easy to organize and classify important information efficiently
In LiGRE, qualitative data is coded through a simple and easy-to-use three-level arborescence. This arborescence operates as a repository for all of the indexing codes you want to add to your data, as well as all the facts, categories, and concepts you want to preserve and classify.
Explore New Depths
LiGRE’s indexation system will help you uncover and focus on the patterns in your data
LiGRE’s arborescence acts as a powerful but straightforward taxonomic organizer for your ideas and data. There is no limit to its size and capacity. It can be imported from a .doc file and easily rearranged in the application, as your ideas and research project grow and change.
Develop new ideas, insight and check hypotheses easily
Provide insights, develop new ideas and verify hypotheses easily
LiGRE’s easy-to-use graphic analysis system allows you to quickly test your hypotheses, identify patterns, and map out new avenues of investigation, leading you to reliable conclusions.
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LiGRE is a free cloud-based application that not only specializes in the analysis of qualitative data but can also automatically transcribe audio and video files!
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How many codification levels can be created with the codification tree?
You can create three levels: roots, branches, and leaves. Each leaf is associated with a color, allowing you to identify fragments in the text quickly. You do not have to create all of the roots and branches of your tree to begin the codification process; you can use orphan leaves and classify them later on.
Can I create independent variables in LiGRE?
You can create as many independent variables as you want.
How does codification work in LiGRE?
Data codification is first done by establishing a list of analytical categories, or leaves, as they are called in LiGRE. You then code the text excerpts that you find relevant in your data by assigning them to the leaves of your codification tree.
Can I access my audio and video data while I am coding?
Yes. Once your automatic transcription is complete, you can replay the excerpt associated with a paragraph and edit the text at the same time you codify your data.
LiGRE's Project Formula
LiGRE's Project Formula facilitates teamwork and allows you to assign tasks to your associate, process large volumes of data, and enjoy all of the tools and features at your disposal.
LiGRE's Laboratory is built to help teachers and students conduct qualitative analyses. It is an intuitive and user-friendly tool designed explicitly for teaching and learning in a classroom.
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