Tams for unix-like OS is strongly limited IMHO. I've tried it for a
while but it also crashes very often. Another way may be to use a
Windows app. via Wine or a Virtual Machine but you still need a
license (most of packages are commercial) and hardware resources.
2009/7/23 Matthew Weinstein <[log in to unmask]>:
> My old version of tams analyzer 2.x works under gnustep but it's a bit
> unstable. Needs updating, hopefully this year.
> On Jul 22, 2009, at 10:03 PM, Andrea Molle wrote:
>> Anything running under linux, except Weft-QDA?
>> Andrea Molle
>> PhD in Sociology
>> "Two things are infinite, the Universe and Human Stupidity... and I'm
>> not sure about Universe..."
"Two things are infinite, the Universe and Human Stupidity... and I'm
not sure about Universe..."