Where Qualitative Meets Quantitative Data w/ Delve co-founders LaiYee Ho and Alex Limpaecher

37 minutes

In this episode Adam Gamwell talks with Alex Limpaecher and LaiYee Ho, co-Founders of Delve. While Delve is a qualitative research suite, to help code transcripts, find insight, and pull actionable insights from data, the conversation takes focus on the subject of research. Specifically, the driving question is: how can qualitative and quantitative data work together? Here, academic and industry methodologies with anthropology are put into conversation leading to insights and actionable steps from social data. 

Transcript for the episode: https://www.thisanthrolife.com/delve/

From the Delve Site:

Delve is an online tool that helps you code and analyze transcripts from in-depth interviews or focus groups. 

Make your research process structured and transparent by creating a coding structure that evolves into your final insights.

Delve is more streamlined than coding with spreadsheets and documents, and more intuitive than traditional CAQDAS software.

Delve tool: https://delvetool.com/

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