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January 16, 2015: Making Sense of Qualitative Data in ATLAS.ti

 

Date: January 16: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Location: 3010 Davis Library
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, NC
Workshop Language: English
Level:  Introductory
Prerequisites:  Basic knowledge Windows
max. Students:  Contact the organizer
Trainer:  Paul Mihas
Organizer:  The Odum Institute
Price: Students:  $150
Other: $250
Information: Jill Stevens (Jill_Stevens@unc.edu)
Contact: Jill Stevens (Jill_Stevens@unc.edu)
919-962-4157
Description This hands-on short course will illustrate the capabilities of ATLAS.ti 7, a software program for coding and analyzing qualitative text and multi-media data. ATLAS.ti provides tools for writing memos and integrating memos into your analytical process. More specifically, the software provides numerous options for attaching memos and comments to text segments, documents, and codes. It also provides a network editor that allows you to graphically display and examine the hierarchical and relational connections among your codes and documents. The course will provide hands-on exercises on working with these tools. Data will be provided for participants who do not have their own. Analysis features will also be discussed. These include the co-occurrence explorer, the query tool, the codes-primary-documents table, and using diagrams in your analysis.