Evaluation 2015: Exemplary Evaluations in a Multicultural World

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Visualization of Qualitative Concerns-Based Analysis

Session Number: 2621
Track: Data Visualization and Reporting
Session Type: Demonstration
Tags: Data Visualization, data viz, evaluation practices, mapping, Non-Profit, Qualitative Data Analysis, reporting, visual analytics, visual reporting
Session Facilitator: Piper Taylor Grandjean Targos [Research Analyst - Custom Evaluation Services]
Time: Nov 11, 2015 (06:15 PM - 07:00 PM)
Room: Columbus KL

Audience Level: Intermediate

Session Abstract: 

This presentation will take attendees through a process of analyzing qualitative concerns based assessment data, and creating a visualization used to walk clients through the findings. Analysis of interview data for the large national organization required the synthesis of a wide range of "voices" represented among their membership. The processes used to collect, analyze, visualize, and relay findings to clients are often complex. This interactive presentation demonstrates one useful technique in visualizing and disseminating this type of data to benefit other practicing evaluators.



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