Leximancer user training is provided by the Institute for Social Science Research (ISSR) at the University of Queensland. Introductory and Advanced training courses are offered. Additionally, tailored and online training sessions can also be arranged specifically to suit particular needs.
Please visit http://www.issr.uq.edu.au/mfsas-stream-d for more information.
Introduction to Leximancer
This training presentation gives an overview of how Leximancer works. It covers the concept extraction process graphically.
First Leximancer Analysis
This training video shows you how to run a basic Leximancer project. It describes how to load data, run your first analysis with the default project settings , and interpret the basic results. It is highly recommended that new users and users new to Version 4.x view this presentation.
For those who want to learn or refresh their knowledge of content analysis, this presentation is a good place to start. There are many resources available on content analysis (e.g., Basic Content Analysis, Weber, 1990), and this training presentation strives to cover essential points in a short overview.
This is a step-by-step guide to analyzing survey, spreadsheet, and tabular data with Leximancer. This includes information on how to construct optional frames (compound concepts), and how to export a simple spreadsheet of the coded results.
A first Leximancer v4.5 Analysis
These videos were made using Leximancer 3 but the important techniques discussed are still applicable to Leximancer 4:
Analysing tabular/spreadsheet data.
Analysing conversational data.
This is the full Leximancer manual.