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Basic knowledge of Mac computers and a Mac computer with ATLAS.ti version 22 installed (demo or full version). You can purchase ATLAS.ti or download the free trial version here. Although the vast majority of skills will transfer across operating systems, we will use the current Mac version for all demonstrations. Attendees might not be able to directly follow along on a PC during some workshop segments as the PC version of ATLAS.ti has a slightly different interface. Having a dual monitor set-up is recommended but not required (with two monitors you can have the Zoom window open on one monitor and be working through the exercises on another monitor). One of the 15 participants will win a single-user student or educational license.
For all other other users, Visio can be purchased directly from GovConnection.com or via our BuyWays System. Once the desired application is purchased, send the proof of purchase to ITServiceDesk@umb.edu. You will receive a link to download the application.
For all other other users, Project can be purchased directly from GovConnection.com or via our BuyWays System. Once the desired application is purchased, send the proof of purchase to ITServiceDesk@umb.edu. You will receive a link to download the application.
Contact Research Computing (firstname.lastname@example.org) to request an activation code and download link. Note that we have limited licenses and may not be able to fulfill your request. Student licenses are available at here.
Thomas Muhr has a site with several links connected to his ATLAS.ti qualitative data analysis software. Version 5 is very user friendly and flexible. Allows coding and annotation of text, images, and many formats of audio and video, and html pages. Has a network mapping feature for visual display. Solid search features. Alas, there is no Mac version, though ATLAS.ti will run on Macs using virtual PC software. You can download and try-put the demo program (about 6 megabytes in size) to get a feel for the product. A student version costs $175, a single educational version of ATLAS.ti costs $470, higher ($950) for non-educational users
The URL to download the trial version of ATLAS.ti is You may wish to click on the "English" button at upper right for en English language version of the site, and then follow the links to download the trial version on the left side of the screen. Dr. Muhr runs an active forum/discussion group about ATLAS.ti which included related issues on qualitative methods, training, and such issues as network mapping. A great Spanish language overview of ATLAS.ti was created by Jesus B. Bermejo. Other resources are offered in Spanish at www.azande.org -- a qualitative research consulting group. nVivo
nVivo, version 7 allows editing of documents as you code (which most programs do not) and well as font colors (via rich text format file format). It is Windows only, no Mac version. You can download a trial version from the QSR site. A student version is of NVivo 7 is $200, a single educational version is $400. Allows linking to external documents for audio and video; movable screen windows are also of interest.
ATLAS.ti is available on the Mac and Windows machines in the Knowledge Commons on the second floor of the library. To download it on student checkout laptops, choose a Mac laptop and use the Self-Service option
1. From your system, open a web browser and connect to BingView's web page. Select the option "Install VMware Horizon View Client".2. From the download page, select and download the VMware View Client appropriate for your system. Clients are available for the following operating systems:
A: Mac users can download and install the Horizon View Client or use Safari 6 or later to connect to a virtual system. Click here for more information about using a Mac to connect to the bingview virtual desktops.
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HGSE IT does not offer institutional access to MATLAB. If you or your lab require access to MATLAB, please contact IT at email@example.com. If you are also affiliated with FAS (e.g. PhD student), you can obtain a copy from the FAS software download page.
HGSE IT does not offer institutional access to NVivo. If you or your lab require access to NVivo, please contact IT at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are also affiliated with FAS (e.g. PhD student), you can obtain a copy from the FAS software download page.
HGES IT offers limited access to HGSE affiliates. If you or your lab requires access to SPSS, please contact IT at email@example.com. If you are also affiliated with FAS (e.g. PhD student), you can obtain a copy from the FAS software download page.
Note: The license assigned to your account allows you to download Microsoft Office, install it on your machine, and activate it using your [email protected] account. It does not give access to Office.com online or cloud services like One Note and One Drive.
All Microsoft licenses for the software downloaded from the CUIT site are authorized every 90 days by the CUIT KMS server. For authorization, the devices must either be physically on campus or you must be logged in to the CUIT VPN.
ATLAS.ti is one of the most powerful tools for qualitative research. Managed documents, multi-document view, high-performance multimedia engine, intuitive margin-area coding for all data types, and much more. You can also download PTC Creo 18.104.22.168 and 4.0 M060 HelpCenter.
An easy-to-use search tool performs fine-grained searches on every level of your project. Simultaneous work with multiple data sources supports new comparative approaches. You also may like to download COMSOL Multiphysics 22.214.171.124 Windows and Linux.
I believe NVivo is the solution. I have been using this program for several years now. It not only facilitates keyword searches from multiple word and excel docs but also have great features such as coding (easy) to conduct a qualitative analysis. There is a 14 trial version for both mac and windows. Here's the link: you can also download a manual for easy navigation. 2b1af7f3a8