I am passionate about data and research, holding masters degree in Computer Science and bachelors in Maths, willing to go an extra mile to understand your research needs. I am a qualitative researcher having requisite experience in the research and development sector. I have worked as a researcher in health, gender and academic sectors and bring an indepth understanding and insight on a range of issues to research.
✅ Technical Skills
- Provide training, mentoring and end-user support.
- Proficiency with qualitative data analysis software (NVIVO, MAXQDA, Dedoose)
- Perform data processing to enable and employ analysis and visualization of data using programs such as Python, Excel and PowerBi
- Excel and Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) programming skill to include, macros, array formulas, and pivot tables
- Perform other related duties as a result of the research performed, such as literature searches, citation, references etc
✅ Supplementary Skills
- Work independently and take initiative; ability to work in a deadline-driven environment
- Demonstrated experience working with clients to create meaningful information from data
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills and the ability to communicate effectively with individuals form diverse backgrounds and cultures
- Demonstrate excellent organisational skills and ability to balance multiple demands on workload
Implications of COVID-19 impact on humanitarian aid
Glow Consultants Pakistan
nov. 2020 - fev. 2021 (3 meses, 1 dia)
- Analyse the qualitative data using ground theory methodology, thematic analysis, mind mapping etc.
- Code data utilizing MAXQDA software.
- Presented the research findings to the team leader.
A Study on Malnutrition prevention in Children in Thar, Pakistan
jun. 2019 - out. 2019 (4 meses, 2 dias)
The study included 9 focus group discussions, with a sub sample of 3 to 4 in each group, having a total of 35 participants. Using a semi-structured questionnaire, data was collected.
MAXQDA software was applied to analyse the data using thematic analysis. Codes were derived from categories and subcategories suggested by the data.