[The following is from http://www.gerardkeegan.co.uk/resource/qmethodology.htm]
While currently under revision for the Journal of the History of the Human Sciences, Steven suggests we first have a look at ”The History and Principles of Q Methodology in Psychology and the Social Sciences”, which can be accessed at:
Following that have a look at Qualitative Health Research, 1996 (November), 6 (4), 561-567 Q Methodology And Qualitative Research at:
If that whets your appetite a three-hour workshop on Q is available via streaming at the Q web page: http://www.qmethod.org/
While a ”Q Methodological Tutorial” is at http://facstaff.uww.edu/cottlec/QArchive/Primer1.html and consists of a series of postings to a qualitative methods list. This is of value because it takes the controversial nature of Q methodology itself as the focus of a study using Q technique. The results of the technique reveal the various understandings at issue.
Web-based survey is found here – https://github.com/aproxima/htmlq
Web-based Inquiry Science Environment (WISE) – https://wise.berkeley.edu/