Penggunaan Software ATLAS.ti sebagai Alat Bantu Proses Analisis Data Kualitatif

Ekasatya Aldila Afriansyah

Abstract


ABSTRAK

Berdasarkan penelitian-penelitian yang telah dilakukan di Indonesia, khususnya di bidang pendidikan matematika, penelitian kualitatif masih kurang diminati. Hal ini menjadi salah satu dasar permasalahan yang ingin peneliti bahas yang bertujuan untuk menumbuhkan minat para peneliti dalam melakukan penelitian kualitatif dengan tujuan setelah para peneliti melihat penelitian ini, minat dari para peneliti muncul untuk melakukan penelitian kualitatif. Dalam penelitian ini, peneliti memperkenalkan salah satu software analisis data kualitatif dengan nama ATLAS.ti. Software ini berguna dalam membantu proses analisis data jenis penelitian kualitatif grounded theory, dalam pengolahan datanya setiap data diberi coding sehingga memudahkan peneliti nantinya untuk memanggil kembali data tersebut sebagai bahan diskusi dalam penelitiannya. Melalui penelitian ini, peneliti memiliki harapan agar muncul prosedur proses analisis data kualitatif berbantuan ATLAS.ti, melalui contoh penerapan pada salah satu kasus di bidang pendidikan matematika. Hasil dari penelitian ini berupa prosedur versi peneliti berdasarkan kasus yang peneliti gunakan.


ABSTRACT

According to some Indonesian research, especially in mathematics education, qualitative research is still less interested. It became one of basic problem that the researcher wants to discuss. Hoping after all researchers read this study, the interest of them appeared to do qualitative research. In this study, researcher introduced one of data analysis qualitative software, namely ATLAS.ti. This software was useful in helping with the process of data analysis qualitative research, especially grounded theory. Grounded theory, as ATLAS.ti, was given coding in any research data. It would be making easier for researchers to call back data later, or so on. Based on this helpful thing, researcher hoped through this research it would create a procedure data analysis qualitative research assisted by ATLAS.ti. This procedure appeared through an example of an application of one case in the field of mathematics education. The result of this research was a procedure based on the case of researcher used.

Keywords


penelitian kualitatif, grounded theory, ATLAS.ti, coding, qualitative research, grounded theory, ATLAS.ti, coding

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