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  • ・決して排他的なものではない( Lazarsfeld & Barton 1951 )
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Another Example of Data Preparation: Using Variables, not Tags Another Example of Data Preparation: Using Variables, not Tags Presentation Transcript

  • Another Example of Data Preparation: Using Variables, not Tags Koichi Higuchi1
  • Preface  This presentation is a part of tutorials for using KH Coder.  KH Coder is a free software for quantitative content analysis or text mining. It is also utilized for computational linguistics.  Details and downloads:2 http://khc.sourceforge.net/en/
  • Input variables to use inStart from this File analyses. If you analyze open-ended questions in surveys, you may like to input variables like “age,” “gender,” mother.xls etc. At first, It would be useful to prepare this type of file.3
  • Make 2 Files for KH Coder Do NOT include Include the the first row first row here. here. Paste it to Excel and Paste it to a Text file. Save as CSV file.  “child-text.txt”  “child-variables.csv”  This is a “Target File.”4  This is a “Variable file.”
  • Import Variables from CSV File (1) Create a new project specifying “child-text.txt” as the target file. (2) Run pre-processing. (3) Go to [Tools] [Variables & Headings] [Import Variables] [CSV File] (4) Click “Browse” and open “child-variables.csv.” Or you can drug & drop the file to the entry. (5) Select “Paragraphs.” (6) Click “OK.”5
  • Using the Variable: Distinctive Words Select a variable to use.6 Please also refer to “Quick Start Tutorial of KH Coder.”
  • Using the Variable: Correspondence Analysis Select variables to use.7 Please also refer to “Quick Start Tutorial of KH Coder.”