New feature article series about the use of ATLAS.ti

March 27, 2015

Berlin, 27.March 2015 – In recent years, researchers from different kinds of organizations and users from multiple disciplinary areas have chosen ATLAS.ti to conduct complex field research to enrich their knowledge about their fields of interest. Our software allows them to easily collect data and systematically analyze them. This leads to more efficiency and also to a deeper understanding of complex relations between the observed phenomena.

 

We continue to be fascinated by the wide range of topics that researchers and organizations cover with their work and strongly believe that as a community we can all benefit from their experiences and knowledge. This is why we will present you a series of feature articles, in which we will profile interesting and innovative applications of ATLAS.ti. How is our software put to use, what are the practical experiences and how does ATLAS.ti help them in their specific work.

Therefore, we are calling researchers from all disciplines and all kinds of organizations to submit brief profiles describing their research projects and the way in which they use ATLAS.ti. Simply complete this form. Once every three months we will pick one project to be featured in the Inside ATLAS.ti newsletter. The users whose projects are picked will receive a free single-user license or a free software upgrade.

Ricardo Contreras, Director of the ATLAS.ti Training & Partnership Development Division of ATLAS.ti: “For us as a company that offers a product which is widely used by researchers around the globe it is always inspiring to see how our software is actually put to practical use. This is even more the case when it comes to institutions that do pursue research outside the commercial sector. So with this call for papers we want to give something back to the community of researchers.”

About ATLAS.ti:
ATLAS.ti is the leading provider of qualitative data analysis software that support researchers to investigate complex phenomena that are hidden in unstructured data like short film clips, audio files or photos. With ATLAS.ti students and researchers alike have the possibility to gain an systematical overview of the results of their qualitative research quickly and effectively.

For more information please contact:
Press contact
Moritz Micalef
Amt für Ideen
Bergmannstrasse 68
D-10961 Berlin
Phone: +49 30 68 00 78 38
E-Mail: micalef@amt-fuer-ideen.de

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