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Performing Subjectivist Studies in the Qualitative Traditions Responsive to Users

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Evaluation Methods in Biomedical Informatics

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Ash, J.S., Smith, A.C., Starvi, P.Z. (2006). Performing Subjectivist Studies in the Qualitative Traditions Responsive to Users. In: Hannah, K.J., Ball, M.J. (eds) Evaluation Methods in Biomedical Informatics. Health Informatics. Springer, New York, NY. https://doi.org/10.1007/0-387-30677-3_10

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