Case study findings at a glance!

As we’re now in the process of analysing the qualitative data collected in the 8 case studies, we thought it would be interesting to create a word cloud for our readers to visualize the preliminary findings of our research.

Word clouds represent the frequencies of words appearing in a textual document. They generally give a good overview of the recurring topics in your qualitative data, thus they usually give a good indication of the main themes devloped in the document. It can also be used as a visual indicator of topics that may be worth exploring further.

As usual we welcome your thoughts on the main themes that have emerged in our word cloud!

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