RE: [xmca] REquest for evalu of software

From: merja helle <merja.helle who-is-at>
Date: Fri Jan 25 2008 - 05:12:23 PST

hi there

both atlas ti and transsana have been in the research projects at the center
in helsinki.
atlas is a very useful tool for getting to really understand your data as
others have already said. you can also link pictures, sound and video files
to it.
it is also used at the helsinki university.

but transsana is a better tool in my opinion for basic analyzing, coding and
screening videomaterial and transcripts together, but it is not so versatile
as atlas concerning coding, tables, visual linking etc


Merja Helle, Head of Research
+358 504485 111
Address: IADE/ Hämeentie 153 B
00560 Helsinki, Finland
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-----Original Message-----
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Behalf Of Worthen, Helena Harlow
Sent: 24. tammikuuta 2008 20:45
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Subject: [xmca] REquest for evalu of software


Does anyone on this list have experience with either Atlasti or EnVivo for
the purpose of analyzing transcribed interviews? We may or may not decide to
buy one of these. There will be 40-50 interviews are about an hour long,
structured by about 15 questions.

Thanks -- Helena

Helena Worthen, Clinical Associate Professor
Labor Education Program, Institute of Labor & Industrial Relations
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
504 E. Armory, Room 227
Champaign, IL 61821
Phone: 217-244-4095

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