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ATLAS.ti Feature Overview
Our full range of innovative features and tools help you organize your data and discover valuable insights.
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Import analyze and export various data formats
Supported Data File Formats
Analyze text, html, PDF, image, audio and video data
Analyze open-ended questions from surveys, including desriptive variables to compare and contrast respondent answers.
Import Reference Manager Data
Conduct Your Literature Review. Import data from your favourite reference manager such as Mendeley, Zotero, or Endnotes.
Enter a query and import all tweets from the last week. Include retweets and images. Auto-code authors, hashtags, mentions etc…
Connect your account and import data you have collected in Evernote.
Languages You Can Analyse
Display and code in any language and character set. Non-Western characters (e.g., Chinese, Japanese, Hebrew) are no problem for ATLAS.ti.
Social Network Comments
Find the conversation that you want to analyse, extract it via exportcomments.com and import the Excel sheet in ATLAS.ti.
Add documents from other apps
You can add PDF, text, audio, video, and image documents from other apps or from email attachments to your ATLAS.ti Mobile projects.
Import existing code lists
Share code lists across ATLAS.ti Android projects.
Easy to work with
Organize multiple windows, browsers, and tools in almost any way you want on your screen. Windows can be docked or floated.
Interactive Margin Area
Codings and memos are visible on the right-hand side next to your data, ready to be inspected, reviewed or modified.
Currently, you can select English, Spanish, German, Portuguese, and Simplified Chinese as your interface language.
Native Mac and Windows Versions
As a Windows users, it probably feels awkward to you to find your way around on a Mac computer, and vice versa.
Record audio and video files
Record interviews, capture background noises, the sentiments of the moment, record observations, or create a video record of the research context.
Capture people, moments, and artefacts.
Your data collection companion
Collect data on the go and in the field on your mobile device: Text, PDF, image, audio and video
Create and edit text documents
Copy content from a browser, text you have written in a note app, or in Evernote, and add it as document.
Transcribe your data
Import Automated Transcripts
Import auto-generated transcripts from Zoom, MS Teams, and many other services in .VTT or .SRT format.
Transcribe Your Data
Add audio or video files and transcribe your data directly in ATLAS.ti.
Explore your data
Keyword In Context Search
Search for words relevant to your analysis and display them in their surrounding context.
Word Clouds and Word Lists
Create word lists and word clouds to explore text content. Apply stop lists to remove unwanted words, or go lists to focus on specific words.
Use the Project Search tool to search for text and patterns in all elements of your project.
Find what you are looking for
A search option is available that scans all of your text documents.
Capture your thoughts and ideas on the project.
Auto search and code of your data
Use Sentiment Analysis to identify and categorize a piece of text according to the tone conveyed by it.
Named Entity Recognition (NER)
NER is a special auto coding procedure, where ATLAS.ti goes through your data and finds entities for you
Text Search & Code
Use a simple text search to look for words or expressions combined with Boolean operators and synonymous to identify relevant data segments
As an extension of manual coding, or as a quick way to find and code relevant data, ATLAS.ti offer powerful auto-coding tools.
Find Concepts & Code
ATLAS.ti searches for nouns in your data and the syntactically related words, so called noun phrases. Based on these, a concept is suggested that you can review and auto code.
Build your Code systems and organize them
The Coding Tool
ATLAS.ti offers the best and most intutive coding tool available on the market.
Tools For Building A Code System
ATLAS.ti's "Split Code" and "Merge Code" tools support you in building a code system from scratch.
Import Code List from Excel
If your code system is already in place, simply import it via a spreadsheet.
Redundant Codings Analyzer
Use the redundant codings analyzer to clean up your coding.
Code Hierarchies and Folders
In building your code system, develop categories and subcodes. Organize your codes in folders.
Retrieve coded data segments
Review your coded data and see all codes that are assigned to it.
Group similar quotations under the same code name.
Analyze your data in different ways
Data Level Analysis
The unique ATLAS.ti quotation level supports interpretive approaches to analysis and allows analysis before or without coding.
Simple Data Retrieval
You can read all data coded by a code in the Quotation Reader. Further you can review and modify them.
Querying Coded Data Via Operators
With the Query Tool you can build search expressions based on codes, Boolean, proximity, or semantic operators.
Cross-tabulation of Documents by Codes
The Code-Document Table displays the coding frequency for each document or document variable and offers a number of descriptive statistics.
Results of queries and the tables can be filtered by respondent characteristics.
Writing Up Analysis
ATLAS.ti provides you with comment fields and memos that you can use for the various levels of the analysis.
Code Co-occurrence Analysis
The code co-occurrence tools find relations between codes and offers a measure indicating the strength of the relations.
Add geo location
Tag images, recordings, videos, and documents with geo-location info
Begin your analysis
Describe quotations by adding a name and write a comment.
Mark and name section in a video file
Names will fade in and out while you play the video, so you know where you set a quotation.
Make your research visible
The list of codes, code relations, and the distribution of codes across documents can be visualzed as bar chart.
The Sankey Diagrams in ATLAS.ti offer a powerful technique to visualize the association of data elements for all cross-tabs.
Exploring And Visualizing Relations in Networks
The network editor is an intuitive workspace for discovering connections, interpreting your findings and effectively communicating your results.
Export of Visualizations
Export your word clouds, networks and Sankey diagrams as image files to include them in presentations or reports.
Highlight important moments
Click a button while recording, and ATLAS.ti automatically creates a quotation.
Collaborate with others on your Projects
Inter-Coder Agreement Analysis
With the help of the ATLAS.ti Inter-coder Agreement Tool, you can infer the reliability of your code system according to scientific standards.
Projects can be merged to integrate the work of all team members. Merge conflicts can be consolidated.
The desktop version supports asynchronous shared coding and analyzing. This means you can spread the coding work across your team members.
You can create a unique user name, switch between users, or if necessary also merge users.
One-step export of full project
Transfer your project to ATLAS.ti Windows or Mac to fully leverage all available analysis tools via Dropbox or iTunes file share.
Manage your Data Projects
Project Backup and Transfer
It is easy to create a single-file bundled version of your project that serves as backup or for project transfer between computers and team members.
Import Document Variables
If you have a spreadsheet with respondent characteristics such as age, gender, education, profession, preferences, etc.
Project Export in QDPX format
Save your project in the universal QDPX exchange format to share your project or code book with users of other QDA programs.
Export the Code Book in QDPX format
Export the code book n the universal QDPX exchange format for use in a different project, or for sharing it with others.
Add existing documents
Add documents from the library, or content you have stored on dropbox.
Export your data for further processing
Export For Further Statistical Analysis
Export the quantitative outcome of your coding as an SPSS syntax file, or as generic Excel file etc.
Export Of Coded Documents
Export coded text documents as you seen them on screen with the codes in the margin including paragaraph numbering in PDF format.
Export of Documents
Export all documents that you have added to a project.
Export of Tables
Export the content of tables to Excel for further number crunching, or for charting your data.
Export of the Code Book
Export the code book as Excel file for use in a report, for re-use in a different project, or for sharing it with others.
Create Word or Excel reports of coded data segments or from query results.
ATLAS.ti understands the necessity of re-using research results for processing and publication in other applications. It therefore sports the widest range of export and reporting facilities of any QDA package.