Citing ATLAS.ti in your research

January 31, 2020

Did you use ATLAS.ti in one of your studies you are publishing in an academic journal? We often receive questions regarding how to correctly cite ATLAS.ti in an article, and although the referencing format and requirements ultimately depend on each journal, we are happy to provide some general advice. It is quite common to see authors simply mention the name and version of the software they used (i.e., ATLAS.ti 8 Windows or Mac). You can also specify the full name of the company, ATLAS.ti Scientific Software Development GmbH. If you are interested in seeing further technical details, you can always view the update history of ATLAS.ti. Finally, we highly recommend searching for articles from your journal that used ATLAS.ti or computer-assisted qualitative data analysis software (CAQDAS) and mimicking their approach. We hope this advice serves you well, and we wish you all the best with your publications!

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