Tips for working with transcripts in ATLAS.ti

February 2, 2021

Due to the pandemic, qualitative research is currently going through transformation. Traditional face-to-face data collection is replaced by methods and procedures that allow for field work at a distance. More and more researchers conduct interviews through services like MS Teams or Zoom. With all the downsides this pandemic brings, there are also positive effects and opportunities, like the automated transcripts provided by online data collection tools. Dr. Susanne Friese (Product Specialist of ATLAS.ti and author of the book “Qualitative Data Analysis with ATLAS.ti“) shares practical advice on making the most of automated transcripts to facilitate your research in this article. You can also see the video tutorial on transcribing data directly in ATLAS.ti 9 Mac here. We hope you find these new learning resources helpful for using and analyzing your transcripts in ATLAS.ti!





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