Re: ATLAS.ti - WAS: Re: [ba-ohs-talk] Art and Culture
Sorry, meant to slap the home page in there too.
info on where to buy, projects, etc. all starts from there. (02)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Peter Jones" <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, February 12, 2002 8:58 PM
Subject: ATLAS.ti - WAS: Re: [ba-ohs-talk] Art and Culture (04)
> Some hunting revealed,
> It's a demo version
> "This trial version is fully functional except the following:
> It is not possible to store projects that exceed a certain size, but you
> use projects of any size.
> Automatic timer backup is disabled. "
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Jack Park" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: <email@example.com>
> Sent: Sunday, February 10, 2002 11:04 PM
> Subject: Re: [ba-ohs-talk] Art and Culture
> > One interesting site that comes from this page is
> > http://www.atlasti.de/atlasneu.html
> > "ATLAS.ti is a powerful workbench for the qualitative analysis of large
> > bodies of textual, graphical, audio and video data.
> > It offers a variety of tools for accomplishing the tasks associated with
> > any systematic approach to "soft" data, e.g., material which cannot be
> > analyzed by formal, statistical approaches in meaningful ways.
> > In the course of such a qualitative analysis ATLAS.ti helps you to
> > the complex phenomens hidden in your data in an exploratory way. For
> > with the inherent complexity of the tasks and the data, ATLAS.ti offers
> > powerful and intuitive environment that keeps you focused on the
> > materials.
> > The main strategic modes of operation can be termed "VISE":
> > Integration, Serendipity and Exploration. "
> > Looks like a real product. Sad thing is, there is nothing on the site
> > about how to buy it, other than to write to somebody.
> > Take a look at the screenshots.
> > Jack
> > At 03:25 PM 2/10/2002 -0500, you wrote:
> > >Check out this thread
> > >http://kottke.org/cgi-bin/comments/display.pl?threadid=14 on
> > >http://kottke.org . Various technologies for developing personal
> > >schemas/taxonomies are discussed.
> > >
> > >Of particular interest in the link to Art & Culture:
> > >
> > >"I love what Art & Culture does with relationships. You can drill down
> > >into film hierarchically, but then you can hop across categories with
> > >adjectives like violent, which makes connections between Sophocles,
> > >Woo, and the Marquis de Sade. I think if I can find connections like
> > >to sew all my various ends together, I'll be on the right
> track." -jkottke
> > >
> > >--Alex