Atlas.ti 7 data analysis program available on campus

 

ATLAS is excited to announce that we now have Atlas.ti 7 available on all of the computers in our lab located at Lincoln Hall 2043. Atlas.ti is a qualitative data analysis program designed to help researchers manage and analyze non-numerical data such as text, video, audio and graphics in a meaningful and systematic way. Students and faculty engaged in qualitative or mixed-methods research are invited to use the lab or request a consultation at:

http://www.atlas.illinois.edu/services/stats/consulting/

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