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ATLAS ti Mac - An Overview (Extended Version)

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In this video, Ricardo Contreras provides an overview of ATLAS.ti Mac. Fundamental tools and procedures. See interactive table of contents below. TABLE OF CONTENTS 0:08 Introduction 3:04 The interface: Top menus 4:14 The interface: Navigator-Accessing documents 5:15 The interface: Navigator-Accessing quotations 6:04 The interface: Navigator-Accessing codes 7:00 The interface: Navigator-Accessing memos 8:14 The interface: Navigator-Accessing networks 11:20 The interface: Navigator-Showing/hiding 11:48 The interface: Inspector 13:51 The interface: Multi-document view 16:12 Creating a new project 16:42 Importing documents to the project 18:50 Writing comments on documents 21:48 Document manager 25:09 Creating an output of the list of documents 30:29 Grouping documents according to shared attributes 34:54 Segmentation: creating quotations and commenting them; creating codes inductively and commenting them 48:03 Quotation manager 50:07 Creating outputs of quotations 53:14 Creating and commenting (i.e., defining) codes 54:25 Coding with codes previously created and codes created inductively 1:00:43 Organizing the code system: prefixes, code groups and colors 1:04:52 Networks 1:10:22 Interrogating the data: queries and their outputs 1:14:15 Memos 1:20:37 Word Cruncher: Counting word frequencies 1:25:40 Code Document Table: Code frequencies 1:29:18 Code co-occurrences 1:43:51 Grouping memos (although shown in relation to co-occurrences, this applies to all memos) 1:44:35 Memo outputs 1:46:03 Review of outputs for all objects of the project 1:51:13 Auto-coding 1:55:43 Hyperlinking (semantic linkages between quotations) 2:00:14 Final words of recommendation: balance fragmentation with integration 2:04:07 Additional learning resources
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Dr Mary Kay Keller (1 month ago)
Developed a Doctoral Qualitative Class. We purchased ATLAS.ti and including these videos as supplemental training for our students. Thank you!
emassard (9 months ago)
Fabulous video! Thank you for sharing!
Ana Bedoya (11 months ago)
Ricardo, you are the best. Thanks a lot for this video. I was extremely stressed not knowing how to approach data analysis with this software and your video took me from the border of a panic attack to the chilled plains of analysis. I am taking the best of my data out thanks to this video. Keep posting and sharing, we listen and learn!
Alisse Hannaford (1 year ago)
Thank you so much Ricardo! This is a wonderful introduction to Atlas.ti
Mónica Guasca (1 year ago)
Super well explained Ricardo. Thank you!
DarkFinntroll (1 year ago)
Thank you so much. This was very useful, you're a good teacher Ricardo!
Desalegn Belay (1 year ago)
This is the best tutorial for this application. thanks
Wallita Castro (1 year ago)
Hi! How do i get to merge projects without repeating documents? Im using it for my dissertation but Im having problem when im merging three projects with the same documents.
Oskan Larcin (1 year ago)
Thank you very much for this nice video; superb didactic skills in presenting this 2 hour video.
Thank you for your nice words.
Zuleyde Carneiro (1 year ago)
Muito bom
Thank you Raul! Ricardo.
Raul Suhett de Morais (2 years ago)
Amazing! Thank you very much, Atlas.TI, for this video. And special thanks to prof Ricardo Contreras for his awesome class.
Caryn Fahey (2 years ago)
How do I merge 2 codes that I feel are the same code just worded in two different ways?
Hi, open the Code Manager and drag one code onto the other. Then, select the first option that pops up (merge codes). I hope this helps.
Susan Breiddal (2 years ago)
how do you save your work properly?
Hi Susan: You just click on 'Save'. The file is saved in a specific location on your computer in the ATLAS.ti directory. Although you cannot select where to save the project file, you can can back it up anywhere, including the cloud. To do that, go to Project-->Export. The exported file (extension 'atlpac'). You should also export the file to move the project between computers. In that case, after exporting it, you import it into the second computer (Project-->Import). Besides exporting the file, you can also back it up through Time Machine, which is always a good option. Read page 25 of the manual: http://downloads.atlasti.com/docs/mac/ATLAS.ti%20for%20Mac_manual.pdf?_ga=1.189493995.1755587395.1453829027 I hope this helps. Ricardo
Mohammed Alassim (2 years ago)
Thanks for such a great presentation.I have a question for the Atlas.Ti staff what is the version of Student 6 months sepester?
Mohammed, sorry for the late reply. All types of licenses have the same version. Currently we are on version 1.0.50. I hope this helps. Thanks.
Merica Mcneil (2 years ago)
This is great! Thank you very much for posting this updated, detailed overview for Mac users along with the interactive table of contents!
Thank you Merica for your positive feedback. I am glad that you found it useful. Best. Ricardo.

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