Embarking on your analytic journey with ATLAS.ti – Part 1: Setting up a project
Written by: Dr. Susanne Friese Data and project management Think of your ATLAS.ti project as an excursion into unknown territory. The data material is the terrain that you want… read more
How to perform automatic focus group coding using ATLAS.ti
Written by: Dr. Neringa Kalpokaite & Ivana Radivojevic Introduction ATLAS.ti 8 Windows and Mac have a brand-new feature to facilitate your qualitative data analyses: automatic focus group coding. How does… read more
ATLAS.ti Cloud is the first fully web-based qualitative data analysis software, and we are thrilled to announce this new version of ATLAS.ti and provide it to you completely for free…. read more
Lost License Key/Serial Number
I can’t find my license key. Write to [email protected] We can retrieve the key for you as long as you provide the exact e-mail address under which the license was… read more
Order by Fax
Placing orders by fax ATLAS.ti can be ordered conveniently by fax from our e-sales partner cleverbridge.
Student License: Waiting for Reply After Submitting Documentation
I applied several days ago but haven’t heard back from you. We generally process student license requests within 2-3 business days. If you have been waiting longer than that for… read more
Splitting Up Multi-User Licenses
Can a multi-user license be “split up” between servers and individual PC? Or are they restricted to LAN installations? A multi-user license may be “split up,” i.e. some copies can… read more
Will ATLAS.ti Work With Non-Western Languages?
I need to work with material in a non-Western language or character set. ATLAS.ti 8 and ATLAS.ti Mac are fully Unicode-compatible and can handle documents in pretty much ANY language… read more
Where Are My Primary Documents?
Although a document has been assigned to the Hermeneutic Unit and I have already worked with it (coded, etc.) and it shows up in the list of primary documents, it… read more
Saving/Backing Up Your ATLAS.ti Project
Simply export your Project (Windows: File > Export ; Mac: Project > Export Project). This creates a single file in the .atlproj format that contains your complete project. This file… read more