Yes and tams works under windows if you run pearpc, but not an
advisable way to go. There are at least 3 options out there:
At the free end TAMS Analyzer (it has my personal endorsement)
In the almost cheap spot is Qualifiers, which is out of Hawaii, so
the poster should definitely check it out
At the commercial end is HyperResearch, which is a venerable player
At the high end there was a package I saw at AERA which was for video
analysis at $1500 a seat
On Jun 9, 2005, at 5:04 AM, Normand Peladeau wrote:
> At 6/8/2005 11:09 PM, you wrote:
>> Mary Pat Sjostrom wrote:
>>> Does anyone know of good QDA Software for Mac OS X? I used to use
>>> Nudist, but can only find old versions to use in Classic mode.
>> We had this question in Qsf_L (German language) a couple of weeks
>> ago (http://lists.spline.inf.fu-berlin.de/pipermail/qsf_l/2005-May/
>> 000545.html ff):
>> HyperRESEARCH is native to Mac OS, as is TAMS. ATLAS.ti and
>> MAXqda work with a PC emulator (no particular emulator was
>> specified). No compability claims about other QDAS were made.
> Actually, every QDA Software running on Windows should work on a
> mac with PC emulator. We didn't test the version 5.0 of WordStat
> but we do have clients running WordStat 4.0, Simstat and QDA Miner
> on a Mac with a PC emulator. And I see no reason why this would
> not be the same for Atlas-ti or Nvivo or any other QDA software.