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Open survey questions: what on earth do you do with them when you get them back? (10 Oct 17)

The simplest research task can be the most vital – yet it is often overlooked, because it seems so simple

I don’t want to teach you to suck eggs but we are forever being asked at our qualitative analysis training days what to do with the answers you get back from open ended questions in a survey. Like to read more or make a comment? Log in or register below

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