So many have praised their tools so I won't stay behind-:)
ATLAS.ti is running quite comfortably under OS X + VirtualPC + Windows XP
with sufficient power and ressources (RAM) allocated to the virtual
machine. And this is also true for the more demanding features like video
processing, embedded images, Excel tables and Powerpoint sheets in your
primary documents and memos. Although a Windows developer I could sometimes
really fall in love with the test-iMac on my desk ..
Regarding interoperability: we do have several exchange formats based on
the standard representation language XML. You can export a project and - by
using the sample or self created style sheets - create reports, browsers or
input for other programs.
This new version is just about to be completely finished but a few hundred
users are already working hands-on with the current release candidate. A
new demo version is also in the making.
If you need more information visit our web site or send me a mail.
At 00:06 20.02.2004 +0000, you wrote:
>I am a Macintosh-User and try to decide which CDA-Tool I should choose for the
>qualitative analysis of my interview transcripts. Since I had serious
>problems with my
>Apple G4 Powerbook during the last year, I would prefer not to run a
>PC-Emulator on my
>machine. But most programs seem to be designed for PC.
>So far, I have tried a trialversion of HyperReseach. My major concern,
>beside the poor
>facilities for the development of category hierachies and the price: will
>I be able, for
>example, to exchange my analysis (or at least my categories) with
>collegues who work
>on other programs such as WinMAX?
>Do you know any freeware you could recommand me?
„Computers, like every technology, are a vehicle for the transformation
of tradition“ (Winograd & Flores, 1987)
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