4.3 Finished Theses

Abstract: Web applications can have a high level of functionality and complexity, making them difficult for users to use intuitively. Users can then resort to instructions or tutorials in order to learn how to use the application correctly. Tutorials that not only impart knowledge but also explain ...

Abstract: The JValue Open Data Service (ODS) is an ETL data pipeline that provides data extraction from different source systems (Extract), performs transformations on the extracted data (Transform), and loads the data to a target database (Load). There are different kinds of stream processing engi...

Abstract: The web app QDAcity supports the process of qualitative data analysis (QDA). Among other things QDAcity can aid users during the coding process. A unique feature of QDAcity is that the user can classify codes of their code system using a meta model. The meta model helps in structuring the...

Abstract: Collaborative software allows people to work together to achieve a common goal. However, users might be distracted from their goals when such an application evolves with more functionalities. Moreover, when multiple users collaborate in the same session, the action of one user might confu...

Abstract: In qualitative research, Intercoder Agreement (ICA) represents the extent to which two or more researchers share the interpretation of the data. The ICA assessment adds investigator triangulation to a project and helps researchers validate their findings. QDAcity is a cloud-based applicat...