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Analysis Support

Cornell offers support for analyzing and visualizing data, as well as training in diverse social science methods.

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MaxQDA now available on CCSS Research Servers

True to our mission of anticipating the evolving computational needs of our researchers, CCSS purchased and installed MaxQDA Analytics Pro on the CCSS Research Servers. Qualitative and Mixed-Methods Researchers now have Atlas.ti, NVivo, and MaxQDA to select from when analyzing qualitative data.

With MaxQDA, you can analyze text, images, audio and video files, tweets, FGDs, survey responses, import transcripts from various sources (e.g, Zoom) and associate their corresponding audio/video files, and more.  It has an intuitive user interface and its Mac and Windows versions are 100% identical making it attractive for project teams.

To access MaxQDA on the CCSS Research Servers, you must have a CCSS Research Account. If you don’t have one, request an account here.

Qualtrics’ Conjoint Analysis Software Tool

The Qualtrics’ Conjoint Analysis Software Tool now available university-wide!

Through the support of the Cornell Center for Social Sciences,  Cornell University now has a site license for Qualtrics’ Conjoint Analysis Software Tool.

Conjoint analysis is a market research technique used to identify consumer preferences and evaluate the product trade-offs they would make. It is a method used across industries to understand the perceived importance and preference for each feature within the product or service.  To know more about Qualtrics’ Conjoint Analysis visit:

In order to gain access to Conjoint Analysis, this feature must be activated in your Cornell Qualtrics account.  E-mail if you want to use Conjoint Analysis.

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