Basically, there are two different approaches in analyzing qualitative data. In one case, the data processing is done retrospectively and exclusively by the researcher. This is the most common method. All in all, participants are encouraged to participate directly in the data processing that may be returned by the driver (the experimenter or researcher) during the experiment, so that they include in the experimental situation to guide their own experience. This approach forms the basis of Grounded Theory, which aims, in particular, to define a field of study unknown. These methods put greater emphasis on the interactions between the researcher and the study group, and in some cases, questioning the difference between secular sociology and sociology work.