We are delighted to share the news that Protolyst has been awarded a £2000 Sage Concept Grant. This funding will be used to offer workshops focused on using Protolyst for knowledge management and to develop data analysis skills.
If you’d like to join one of these workshops sign up here!
Protolyst Concept Grant Project
Qualitative analysis has always been a challenge for social scientists, who are often faced with volumes of unstructured, heterogeneous data. The software tools available are limited and rigid, wihtout the level of flexiblity and adaptability required for their analyses. Consequently, their analysis can be a time-consuming and complex process that hinders the progress and quality of research.
With Protolyst, you can seamlessly collect and organise individual highlights from your resources through data coding. Users have the flexibility to highlight data snippets from interview transcripts, meeting notes, and academic papers, and link them to a network of labels representing themes and concepts.
This project will be in collaboration with Dr Nicholas Dacre of the Advanced Project Management Research Centre at the University of Southampton.
About Sage Concept Grants
The Concept Grants from Sage fund new solutions that support researchers in the social sciences to adopt, develop and apply technological solutions for emerging research methods. Follow the link to find out more about the other 2023 and previous Concept Grant winners