PLEASE NOTE: Reframer v1 will soon be replaced with the new and improved Reframer. All new Reframer studies will be created in the new version, however v1 is still accessible in-app until early 2023. Read more about the brand new Reframer here.

What is the latest version of Reframer?

Since launching the original Reframer in 2019, we’ve had some great feedback from our customers and the community. We’ve been working on expanding the note taking and tagging capabilities, as well as developing a more powerful and flexible analysis functionality, including affinity mapping.

The new Reframer is a workflow that houses your data and insights all in one place. We’ve put special focus into ensuring that the analysis is easy to learn and understand for researchers of all experience levels. And we’ve made it more flexible to suit qualitative research with data sets large and small.

Introducing affinity mapping

In the new Reframer, we’ve introduced affinity mapping as the main approach to analyzing your qualitative data.

Affinity mapping is a flexible and visual way to quickly group, organize and make sense of qualitative data. It is a very popular method among practitioners of all experience levels, though it's usually done within a stand-alone tool outside of where the raw data is captured, organized, tagged and stored.

We want to make affinity mapping more powerful than ever, giving you the ability to search and filter your data, and have your observations, tags, and groups all connected and stored in one place.

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