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Muchas gracias equipo de ATLAS.ti.
El mejor y más amigable software de apoyo a la investigación cualitativa.
Elvis Trejo, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Honduras
Thank you for making research more interesting by simplifying data analysis further. I have used ATLAS.ti and it made my work very simple. I am a researcher and my work is always around research and data analysis.
Joan Aliobe, Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development
In my research I used ATLAS.ti extensively, to code a massive amount of quotation (about 106000). ATLAS.ti is the only software around that makes truly mixed quantitative and qualitative analysis possible.
I am grateful for the generous discount you provided to enable our non-profit organization to buy a license for ATLAS.ti. I've been coding and memoing a set of interviews about Urban Plant and Mushroom Gathering and Foraging Practices and ATLAS.ti (...)
Melissa R. Poe, Ph.D., Environmental Anthropologist, Institute for Culture and Ecology
When working on a complex subject like our "suicide" project, it is important that we are able to grasp every detail people are telling us about. For this reason we use a qualitative research design. A good research tool, like ATLAS.ti, is an essential part of conducting reliable research.
Vita Poštuvan, University of Primorska, Koper, Slovenia
During my career as a qualitative and quantitative market researcher in the field of social media research and co-creation for the food, media, automotive and cosmetics industries, I have had the opportunity to work with diverse software products for qualitative data analysis.
Steffen Hück, Project Manager, Innovation Research, HYVE AG: The Innovation Company
A loud "yipppiiieeeh"! I just updated and am in heaven: Viewing complete PDFs without clicking between pages--it's like a dream! And all the other new features as well: So incredibly smooth and user-friendly!
Without the use of your product I would still be hand-coding and manually organizing many, many, many pages of transcripts for my thesis. As it stands, my thesis was successfully defended and accepted. ATLAS.ti is truly a "mighty mite!"
Joanne Salay, Outreach Coordinator, Kent State University Stark
My research involves a lot of qualitative data analysis, and I have been doing it manually all this time. After being introduced to several software packages, I chose ATLAS.ti over all the others, mainly because it is straightforward and easy to use (...)
Ani Munirah Mohamad, Young Lecturer / PhD Researcher, Law Faculty, Malaysia
My best wishes and sincere thanks because ATLAS.ti has helped me make my work so fast and because it works with any language. It really saves me time from translating the whole transcript.
Kyu Kyu Than, Department of Medical Research, Myanmar
This term I evaluated three current CAQDAS packages and elected ATLAS.ti over NVivo and MaxQDA as far and away the best tool for my research. I experimented deeply with all three [leading QDA software packages] and found that ATLAS.ti ideally supports the way my mind works (...)
Donnie S. Coleman, PhD student, Virginia Tech
As a nursing researcher, I recommend ATLAS.ti as a powerful tool to support qualitative data analysis. My colleagues and I have conducted nursing research using Grounded Theory. ATLAS.ti, with its broad functionality, can be used for many research purposes (...)
Hiroki Fukahori MS, RN, Mie Prefectural College of Nursing
Outside of any kind of conceptual discussion about the glib association between Grounded Theory and ATLAS.ti or other software, I like to use ATLAS.ti since I take in its freedom to build up links involving codes, memos and quotation.
Cesar A. Cisneros Puebla, International Institute for Qualitative Methodology, University of Alberta
I have taught qualitative research methodology for quite a few years now and consequently I have shopped around for QAQDAS software quite a bit. I have probably tried most packages on the market and after all is said and done there is only one I would use or recommend - ATLAS.ti.
Catharine Payze, Department of Psychology, University of South Africa
I used ATLAS.ti to code and analyze the data for my dissertation. I collected my data from March through July, transcribing 25 interviews and 15 observation periods as I went along. I never attended a training and am pretty clueless when it comes to technology, but the tutorial and user guidebook (...)
Lois MacNamara, Assistant Dean for Student Affairs, Graduate School of Education, University of Pennsylvania
I think that this community knows that it is a really good product in and of itself, but more than that the responsiveness of the designers is incredible, and the community built around this software package is something that is very rare indeed.
Zeno Franco, Research and Technology Coordinator, RIMS, University of California
Five years ago I took a leap and told our small research team that we should switch to ATLAS.ti. I still have my job and ATLAS.ti has not let us down! It has kept pace with the advancing complexity of our analytical needs.
Douglas Fernald, University of Colorado
We like this software. We use it. It helps us to think about what we do. We are delighted to recommend ATLAS.ti to our clients.
Paul Humphreys, Founder & Managing Director, Oxford Continuity Group
In contrast to other commercially available packages, two advantages of ATLAS.ti are its handling of graphics and digital audio recordings as primary data, and its features for generating conceptual diagrams. Its flexible structure allows users to choose their individual approach.
Tadashi Kimura, School of Development Studies, University of East Anglia
In 2001 we started using ATLAS.ti in our research team on suggestion from a colleague and co-PI from the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. Since then we've been using ATLAS.ti in all our qualitative studies in the field of HIV/AIDS and drug abuse here in Brazil - it is an amazing and highly recommendable software!
Monica Malta, Oswaldo Cruz Foundation / Brazilian Health Ministry
Being the member of the IT Services department at LSE who supports ATLAS.ti and is involved with giving training in it to staff and students, I can certainly say that ATLAS.ti is well liked here at the London School of Economics and Political Science and is heavily used.
Angela Aubertin, London School of Economics and Political Science
As the library researcher at the Carnegie Mellon University Libraries, I've had many opportunities to analyze qualitative data, but never with the help of specially designed software. I can't imagine the difficulty of the task for our last study (in-depth interviews of 100 graduate students) had we not used ATLAS.ti.
Carole A. George, Carnegie Mellon University Libraries
Thank you soooo much. I really appreciate your prompt assistance. Yet another reason why I like using ATLAS.ti!
Mary P. Martinasek, Research Associate, Florida Prevention Research Center, University of South Florida
As an academic and researcher, it is hard to imagine data analysis without the aid of ATLAS.ti. The program helped me easily organise, mine, code and analyse mountains of data and ultimately I could extract very meaningful reports.
John Rautenbach, Dept. Social Work & Social Development, University of Fort Hare, South Africa
ResearchTalk consultants have worked with users of qualitative software for over ten years. At a recent conference we were asked a question no one had ever asked us: "Can you summarize the benefit of ATLAS.ti in one word."
Raymond C. Maietta, Ph.D., President ResearchTalk Inc.