We designed Kinaki so you can use it for all of your projects’ data, whether it’s quantitative or qualitative.
In Kinaki you can collect, sort, analyze, store and produce reports with qualitative data.
You can design data collection forms for your team members to use as they collect data during focus groups, interviews or to guide them as they record observations.
The forms keep your data organized; allowing you to easily filter through information and find what you need when you begin your analysis.
Add key information (metadata) to your forms, like the location and gender of participants in a focus group, to make the information easy to sort later on. Add boxes and icons where quantitative information can easily be entered, helping you summarize your qualitative data (for example, the number of people who raised their hands in a focus group or the number of handwashing stations with soap observed).
You can collect, store, organize, and analyze not only notes and forms, but also photos to further document human stories.
Identify themes in your data and tag your notes and photos accordingly to easily find the data later on. Or simply do a keyword search to find any notes or tags where that word appears.
Store all your data whether it be photos or notes from focus groups, interviews or observations.
Add context and depth to your reports by adding your analysis directly into your report. Hide or expand the analysis section of your report depending on your viewer.