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Research Design & Analysis Workshops 

Quantitative and Qualitative Data Analysis

All Workshops from September to December 2020 will be conducted remotely, through ZOOM. 

  • To register and pay online for one or more workshops, please click on the Register links below.
  • Customized workshops can be offered to research groups (SAS, Stata, SPSS, Amos, HLM, NVivo, Atlas.ti).
  • For individual and group consultations, please see Data Analysis & Research Design.
  • Please review our Payment & Policies information before registering.
  • Email oise.researchworkshops@utoronto.ca or call (416) 978-1956 for more information on workshops.

 

Available Fall/Winter 2020 Workshops:

Qualitative Data Analysis: Dedoose

Qualitative Data Analysis: NVivo

Quantitative Data Analysis: SPSS

Qualitative Data Analysis: Covidence

Quantitative Data Analysis: Stata

Data Visualization and Graphics: R

 

Workshops by Request:

Quantitative Data Analysis: Atlas.ti

Quantitative Data Analysis: Stata

 

Qualitative Data Analysis

 

Qualitative and Mixed Data Analysis with Dedoose

Dedoose is a cloud-based software for analysis of qualitative and mixed data, such as transcripts of in-depth interviews, focus groups and field notes, data from electronic web surveys, audio, and video data. The web-based nature of this software allows collaborations of the researchers across different platforms (PC and Mac) in real time. The purpose of this workshop is to introduce participants to Dedoose software, discuss the key points for efficient use and teamwork, as well as to provide participants with an opportunity to acquire some hands-on experience. Specifically, the participants will learn how to link their data to Dedoose, code qualitative data, manage quantitative data, and explore the patterns and trends in the findings with a variety of visual tools. This workshop is appropriate for beginner researchers with no previous knowledge of Dedoose as well as those who would like to expand their knowledge and skills with this software.
 

Date Time Location Fee*

Sep 17, 2020

9:30am - 12:30pm Remote, on Zoom

$80 for U of T Students
$100 for non-U of T Students
$100 for U of T Faculty and Staff
$200 for External faculty/staff/affiliates

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Nov 12, 2020

9:30am - 12:30pm Remote, on Zoom

$80 for U of T Students
$100 for non-U of T Students
$100 for U of T Faculty and Staff
$200 for External faculty/staff/affiliates

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Dec 10, 2020

9:30 am - 12:30pm Remote, on Zoom

$80 for U of T Students
$100 for non-U of T Students
$100 for U of T Faculty and Staff
$200 for External faculty/staff/affiliates

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Qualitative Data Analysis with NVIVO 12 - Part I

NVivo 12 is a software package for analysis of qualitative data, such as transcripts of in-depth interviews, focus groups and field notes, data from electronic web surveys, audio, video, and social media data. The purpose of this workshop is to introduce participants to the NVivo 12 Suite, discuss the key differences between different versions of this software, as well as to provide participants with an opportunity to acquire some hands-on experience. Specifically, the participants will learn how to prepare their text and media data for analyses with NVivo 12, import and organize their data in NVivo, add research notes while analyzing the data, and code qualitative data in a variety of different ways. This workshop is appropriate for beginner researchers with no previous knowledge of NVivo as well as those who would like to expand their knowledge and skills with this software.
 

Date Time Location Fee*

For Windows: 

Sep 9, 2020

9:30am - 12:30pm Remote, on Zoom

$80 for U of T Students
$100 for non-U of T Students
$100 for U of T Faculty and Staff
$200 for External faculty/staff/affiliates

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For Mac: 

Sep 10, 2020

9:30am - 12:30pm Remote, on Zoom

$80 for U of T Students
$100 for non-U of T Students
$100 for U of T Faculty and Staff
$200 for External faculty/staff/affiliates

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For Windows: 

Oct 21, 2020

9:30am - 12:30pm Remote, on Zoom

$80 for U of T Students
$100 for non-U of T Students
$100 for U of T Faculty and Staff
$200 for External faculty/staff/affiliates

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For Mac: 

Oct 22, 2020

9:30am - 12:30pm Remote, on Zoom

$80 for U of T Students
$100 for non-U of T Students
$100 for U of T Faculty and Staff
$200 for External faculty/staff/affiliates

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Qualitative Data Analysis with NVIVO 12 - Part II

The purpose of this workshop is to introduce participants to the more advanced features of NVivo 12 as well as to provide participants with an opportunity to acquire some hands-on experience with this software.  Specifically, the participants will learn how to explore their findings with various types of queries, build mind and concept maps, graph their data and prepare reports in NVivo 12. This workshop is appropriate for researchers with limited knowledge of NVivo 12 as well as those who would like to expand their knowledge of its capabilities. Taking NVivo Part I workshop is strongly recommended for those who consider attending this workshop.

 

Date Time Location Fee*

For Windows: 

Sep 23, 2020

9:30am - 12:30pm

Remote, on Zoom

$80 for U of T Students
$100 for non-U of T Students
$100 for U of T Faculty and Staff
$200 for External faculty/staff/affiliates

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For Mac: 

Sep 24, 2020

9:30am - 12:30pm Remote, on Zoom

$80 for U of T Students
$100 for non-U of T Students
$100 for U of T Faculty and Staff
$200 for External faculty/staff/affiliates

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For Windows: 

Nov 4, 2020

9:30am - 12:30pm Remote, on Zoom

$80 for U of T Students
$100 for non-U of T Students
$100 for U of T Faculty and Staff
$200 for External faculty/staff/affiliates

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For Mac: 

Nov 5, 2020

9:30am - 12:30pm Remote, on Zoom

$80 for U of T Students
$100 for non-U of T Students
$100 for U of T Faculty and Staff
$200 for External faculty/staff/affiliates

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Qualitative Data Analysis with NVIVO 12 - Part III

The focus of this workshop is the management and analysis of audio, video and survey data in NVivo. Many researchers these days collect their data through online survey tools like Survey Monkey, Fluid Surveys and Survey Wizard. These surveys often include a mixture of quantitative and qualitative (open ended) responses. NVivo offers a set of tools for analyses of such data. The purpose of this workshop is to introduce participants to the features of NVivo software that allow analyzing survey data in an efficient and convenient way.  In addition, the participants will learn how to transcribe and code media data in NVivo. This workshop is appropriate for researchers with limited knowledge of NVivo 12 as well as those who would like to expand their knowledge of its capabilities. Taking NVivo Part I workshop is strongly recommended for those who consider attending this workshop.

 

Date Time Location Fee*

For Windows: 

Oct 7, 2020

9:30am - 12:30pm Remote, on Zoom

$80 for U of T Students
$100 for non-U of T Students
$100 for U of T Faculty and Staff
$200 for External faculty/staff/affiliates

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For Mac: 

Oct 8, 2020

9:30am - 12:30pm Remote, on Zoom

$80 for U of T Students
$100 for non-U of T Students
$100 for U of T Faculty and Staff
$200 for External faculty/staff/affiliates

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For Windows: 

Nov 18, 2020

9:30am - 12:30pm Remote, on Zoom

$80 for U of T Students
$100 for non-U of T Students
$100 for U of T Faculty and Staff
$200 for External faculty/staff/affiliates

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For Mac: 

Nov 19, 2020

9:30am - 12:30pm Remote, on Zoom

$80 for U of T Students
$100 for non-U of T Students
$100 for U of T Faculty and Staff
$200 for External faculty/staff/affiliates

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Quantitative Data Analysis

 

Quantitative Data Analysis with SPSS - Part I

The focus of this workshop is two-fold: 1) to introduce researchers to the SPSS syntax mode and its effective use; and 2) to give them hands-on experience with a wide range of data cleaning and data management functions, and data transformation techniques. By the end of this workshop the participants will be equipped with the tools to enter or import their data into SPSS, organize the data dictionary/codebook, and prepare the data for further analyses. This workshop will benefit SPSS novices as well as researchers who want to learn about more effective uses of the program features.
 
Date Time Location Fee*

Sep 16, 2020

9:30am - 12:30pm Remote, on Zoom

$80 for U of T Students
$100 for non-U of T Students
$100 for U of T Faculty and Staff
$200 for External faculty/staff/affiliates

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Oct 28, 2020

9:30am - 12:30pm Remote, on Zoom

$80 for U of T Students
$100 for non-U of T Students
$100 for U of T Faculty and Staff
$200 for External faculty/staff/affiliates

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Quantitative Data Analysis with SPSS - Part II

This course will guide the participants through the fundamentals of using SPSS for exploratory data analysis. Participants will learn the basics of exploratory data analysis with SPSS for examination of single variables and pairs of variables, and formatting and exporting SPSS outputs for the effective presentation of results. The basics of using SPSS will be demonstrated and discussed. This workshop is appropriate for researchers who have some experience with SPSS, but want to learn about its capabilities and effective use.

Date Time Location Fee*

Sep 30, 2020

9:30am - 12:30pm

Remote, on Zoom

$80 for U of T Students
$100 for non-U of T Students
$100 for U of T Faculty and Staff
$200 for External faculty/staff/affiliates

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Nov 25, 2020

9:30am - 12:30pm Remote, on Zoom

$80 for U of T Students
$100 for non-U of T Students
$100 for U of T Faculty and Staff
$200 for External faculty/staff/affiliates

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Quantitative Data Analysis with SPSS - Part III

The General Linear Model (GLM) is a flexible statistical tool underlying most statistical techniques used in educational and social research: t-tests, Analysis of Variance (ANOVA), Analysis of Covariance (ANCOVA), repeated-measures ANOVA and many of the multivariate methods. This workshop will briefly introduce the main concepts of general linear models, application of these models to social research data and interpretation of the results. A wide range of GLMs will be illustrated with many examples. The focus of this workshop is the practical application of GLMs using SPSS with minimal emphasis on statistical theory. Participants are expected to have working knowledge of SPSS and statistics.

Date Time Location Fee*

Oct 14, 2020

9:30am - 12:30pm Remote, on Zoom

$80 for U of T Students
$100 for non-U of T Students
$100 for U of T Faculty and Staff
$200 for External faculty/staff/affiliates

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Quantitative Data Analysis with SPSS - Part IV

This workshop will discuss and review a variety of aspects of multiple regression analysis including the formulation of regression problems, interactions, dummy variables, methods of selecting predictors, checking assumptions, estimating model coefficients, collinearity issues and residual analysis. The main focus of this workshop is practical, with an emphasis on running multiple regression analyses using SPSS and interpreting the results from SPSS output.

Date Time Location Fee*

Nov 11, 2020

9:30am - 12:30pm Remote, on Zoom

$80 for U of T Students
$100 for non-U of T Students
$100 for U of T Faculty and Staff
$200 for External faculty/staff/affiliates

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Quantitative Data Analysis with SPSS - Part V

The focus of this workshop is discussion and review a variety of aspects of binary logistic regression, ordinal regression and multinomial regression analyses as well as performance of these analyses in SPSS and interpretation of the results. Issues discussed include assumption checking and diagnostics, interactions, methods of selecting predictors, estimation of model coefficients, collinearity issues and residual analysis.

Date Time Location Fee*

Dec 2, 2020

9:30am - 12:30pm Remote, on Zoom

$80 for U of T Students
$100 for non-U of T Students
$100 for U of T Faculty and Staff
$200 for External faculty/staff/affiliates

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Quantitative Data Analysis with SPSS - Part VI

The course will guide participants through the fundamental concepts of principal component analysis (PCA) and exploratory factor analysis (EFA). Participants will learn about conceptual and analytic similarities and differences, as well as the applications of the PCA and EFA techniques.  This workshop offers hands-on experience on running SPSS analyses for these techniques and on interpreting the SPSS outputs. It is appropriate for researchers who have some experience with SPSS, but want to expand their knowledge of using this software for running advanced statistical analyses.

Date Time Location Fee*

Dec 9, 2020

9:30am - 12:30pm Remote, on Zoom

$80 for U of T Students
$100 for non-U of T Students
$100 for U of T Faculty and Staff
$200 for External faculty/staff/affiliates

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Qualitative Data Analysis

Introduction to Covidence

Covidence is an online platform for managing systematic reviews and research synthesis. The goal of this workshop is to introduce the participants to the tools available in Covidence for facilitating such projects. Specifically, the participants with learn how to create their user profiles and change the settings for their specific review, upload the results of library database searches and published articles, conduct abstract and full screenings, coordinate the screening in research teams, extract study descriptives and effect size information, export extracted information and prepare it for further analyses.

 

Date Time Location Fee*

Oct 15, 2020

9:30am - 12:30pm

Remote, on Zoom

$80 for U of T Students
$100 for non-U of T Students
$100 for U of T Faculty and Staff
$200 for External faculty/staff/affiliates

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Nov 26, 2020

9:30am - 12:30pm Remote, on Zoom

$80 for U of T Students
$100 for non-U of T Students
$100 for U of T Faculty and Staff
$200 for External faculty/staff/affiliates

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Quantitative Data Analysis

 

Introduction to Stata 

The focus of this workshop is two-fold: 1) to introduce researchers to the STATA syntax mode and its effective use; and 2) to give them hands-on experience with a wide range of transformation techniques and helpful data management features, ways to automate their work with quantitative data, manipulate their data files and results, and export outputs to other computer programs. This workshop will benefit STATA novices as well as researchers who want to learn about more effective uses of the program features.

Date Time Location Fee*

Oct 29, 2020

9:30am - 12:30pm

Remote, on Zoom

$80 for U of T Students
$100 for non-U of T Students
$100 for U of T Faculty and Staff
$200 for External faculty/staff/affiliates

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Dec 16, 2020

9:30am - 12:30pm Remote, on Zoom

$80 for U of T Students
$100 for non-U of T Students
$100 for U of T Faculty and Staff
$200 for External faculty/staff/affiliates

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Multilevel Modelling in Stata

The focus of this workshop is two-fold: 1) to introduce researchers to the STATA syntax mode and its effective use; and 2) to give them hands-on experience performing multilevel models with this software. Multilevel models for nested and longitudinal continuous variables will be discussed. Strategies for flexible treatment of time (linear and nonlinear change, piecewise change, change with no assumptions about functional shape) in longitudinal models will be addressed. This workshop will benefit persons that have strong knowledge of statistics, but limited knowledge of STATA.

Date Time Location Fee*

Oct 1, 2020

9:30am - 12:30pm

Remote, on Zoom

$80 for U of T Students
$100 for non-U of T Students
$100 for U of T Faculty and Staff
$200 for External faculty/staff/affiliates

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Dec 17, 2020

9:30am - 12:30pm Remote, on Zoom

$80 for U of T Students
$100 for non-U of T Students
$100 for U of T Faculty and Staff
$200 for External faculty/staff/affiliates

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Other Data Analysis tools

 

Introduction to R

The focus of this workshop is two-fold: 1) to introduce researchers to the R platform and its effective use; and 2) to give them hands-on experience with a wide range of data cleaning and data management functions, and data transformation techniques. By the end of this workshop the participants will be equipped with the tools to enter or import their data into R, organize the data dictionary/codebook, and prepare the data for further analyses. This workshop will benefit R novices as well as researchers who want to learn about more effective uses of the program features.

Date Time Location Fee*
 Dec 3, 2020 9:30am - 12:30pm  Remote, on Zoom

$80 for U of T Students
$100 for non-U of T Students
$100 for U of T Faculty and Staff
$200 for External faculty/staff/affiliates

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Payment Information

IMPORTANT: Please review our Workshop Policies.

To register and pay online for one or more workshops, please click on the registration links above. 

Any receipts or certificate of attendance inquiry should be sent to:
oise.researchworkshops@utoronto.ca

Inquiry about payment should be sent to:
oise.researchworkshops@utoronto.ca

 

Please note:

OISE students and faculty have priority for workshop registration.
Other participants may register two weeks prior to a given workshop date.

 


 

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