Newsletter March 2019 published

March 18, 2019

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Topics in this issue: ATLAS.ti implements the universal exchange format QDPX on the same day it is publicly released by the The Rotterdam Exchange Format Initiative (REFI)!

The PDQX implementation is part of a major update, v.8.4 for Windows and Mac, published also on the same day. This new release contains many important improvements and additions; we urge all ATLAS.ti.8 users to run the Live Update as soon as possible to enjoy the new features!

Also, we conduct a large-scale survey to find out what users need and want in future versions.

Finally, we share with you an interview with Dr. Nicole Claasen who conducts research related to sustainable diets, food security,and food systems in South Africa. And we show you how to conduct teamwork with ATLAS.ti Cloud’s live collaboration features.

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The all-new ATLAS.ti 9 and ATLAS.ti Cloud have been launched!

From now on, all ATLAS.ti 9 licenses include full access to ATLAS.ti Cloud at no extra cost.

ATLAS.ti 9 represents a huge step forward: Implementation of new technologies (e.g., A.I./machine learning), a sleek and unified design between platforms, and laser-focused concentration on user experience and usability set new standards.

A flexible and easy-to-use license management system makes it a breeze to manage licenses seamlessly between computers, and to distribute individual seats under a multi-user license.