Embedded mixed-methods design from a qualitative standpoint

This form will help you define all the components to generate the graphical representation of an embedded mixed methods research design from a qualitative standpoint. After filling out this form, you will receive an email with the generated graphical representation in pdf, as well as a permanent link to modify your design when necessary. You can see an example of the final result of the process in the following link:
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In an embedded mixed methods design, a small amount of either qualitative data or quantitative data are included within a larger qualitative or quantitative study. For example, including open-ended questions to collect qualitative data in a larger quantitative survey is an example of an embedded mixed methods design. Similarly, asking a small number of quantitative questions within an otherwise qualitative interview study would also be an example of an embedded mixed methods design. The purpose of this design is to answer different questions that requires different types of data.

 

Embedded mixed-methods design from a quantitative standpoint

This form will help you define all the components to generate the graphical representation of an embedded mixed methods research design from a quantitative standpoint. After filling out this form, you will receive an email with the generated graphical representation in pdf, as well as a permanent link to modify your design when necessary. You can see an example of the final result of the process in the following link:
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In an embedded mixed methods design, a small amount of either qualitative data or quantitative data are included within a larger qualitative or quantitative study. For example, including open-ended questions to collect qualitative data in a larger quantitative survey is an example of an embedded mixed methods design. Similarly, asking a small number of quantitative questions within an otherwise qualitative interview study would also be an example of an embedded mixed methods design. The purpose of this design is to answer different questions that requires different types of data.