You design Drosophila crosses to provide recombination data for gene a, which is located on the chromosome shown in Figure 15.12. Gene a has recombination frequencies of 14% withthe vestigial-wing locus and 26% with the brown-eye locus. Approximatelywhere is a located along the chromosome?
Interpretation Qualitative data is textual o Documents o Interview transcripts o Field notes Analysis is not left to the end o Interpreting as it is collected to ensure that meaningful is collected Iterative interpretation of meaning Looking at the particular words that people are using o Less concerned with one clear approach o Qualitative has a much less defined procedure Finding Meaning o How do you make sense of the information received We all interpret things in different ways Remove yourself from that situation Try to identify people involved Went into the community, went and talked Had meetings until they got powerful and useful impute o Came up with plan in giving draft back, iterated it. Created community plan, done in coordination with the community Why wasn’t it working o Identifying the key conflict o Identify what the conflict like Uncovering underlying themes are not aware of, the residents didn’t know why Preliminary Analysis o Review the data Read, listen Memo, summarize o Create the data Transcribe interview Fill in gaps Very often reading between the lines o Might be different connotations What it meant then, what it didn’t mean o Reread field notes, more detailed Go through process iteratively Reading it vs identifying what the data is actually telling you Themes o Qualitative research is about identification of themes crossing texts that are being analyzed Step back and view the information broadly Look at it from multiple theoretical perspectives o Identify the logic Categorize different things in different categories Find things that fit Rebranded and use categories to see major themes emerging in the research o Themes can come in a variety of forms o Reflects trends in the data Find things that cut across lots of the things you look at Themes are purpose of the research o Exhaustive Specific enough that you can clearly define what the theme means Types of activities that are taken place, o Thinking only about society, how to they understand certain things People say different thinks o Read all the stuff, put the themes down in paper Critique o Raise questions about identified theme Are there real evidence, or is it just your perception o See if you come up with similar themes Are they completely different o Coding becomes software Herse the key words Will read through, and find every instance with the mentioning of those key words Identify words or phrases o Go line by line that illustrates the code During the reading, identify for tether o For description Codes that can be used to describe situation, context Now organize o Re read the data th th By 5 or 6 Skim to find the important points, reduce the codes to thematic descriptions Make sure your conclusion makes sense o Do they see the logic in why you did what you did For your own validation Find your own biases o The interpretations you are going to make Step back and look as objectively as possible Set of stories about what we understand later about human behavior