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
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
1:10:22 Interrogating the data: queries and their outputs
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
1:55:43 Hyperlinking (semantic linkages between quotations)
2:00:14 Final words of recommendation: balance fragmentation with integration
2:04:07 Additional learning resources
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!
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.
You do not need to calculate payroll premium if your policy is on a stipulated billing cycle.
Sample Payroll Report.
However, if your policy is not yet on a stipulated billing cycle, this is typically what you will see when we send you a payroll report.
A split payroll report is sent when there is an Anniversary Rating Date on your policy, which is the month and day that rates, rating plans and rating systems are initially applied to a policy in force and each annual anniversary thereafter. Your payroll will need to be annotated for each period specified.
Sample Split Payroll Report.
We will need a complete employee job description before we add the classification to the policy. Please do not report payroll in the new classification until it has been reviewed and endorsed to your policy.
Job Duties Questionnaire.
We recommend you keep a copy of your previous payroll reports and payroll records for at least seven years, as you would your tax records.
Submitting Payroll Reports.
There are three different ways to submit your payroll reports.
State Compensation Insurance Fund P.O. Box 7441 San Francisco, CA 94120-7441.
Free payroll reports.