6 Features Control Panels *hover for information Horizontal bar Vertical barMenu barRight clickMain Horizontal Bar - Four Main functions of AnalysisP-DocCodesQuotesMemos
7 Starting a project Create a Hermeneutic Unit (HU) = Primary Unit or Whole Projectusing yourPrimary Document (P-Doc) = the individual documents imported for coding with.RTF / .TXT /.DOCX /.PDF/ Video-audio /.JPEG
13 Quotes Big chucks of text vs. words Remember to give context to the quote
14 Link QuotesIn the right margin, drag selected quote bar into another quote barPop up provides a selection of relational options to link quotes together
15 Memos Write analytic memos about your selected quotes Write about your codesWrite a note to other research partners
16 Memo creation Click on Memos manager button Memo Manager pops up Click on Memo menuEnter name of memo and then include | symbolHit enter, Memo window should pop upWrite and SaveCan drag memo icon to highlighted quotes or existing code
17 Saving with Atlas.ti 7.1 SAVING TWO DIFFERENT THINGS Select a Location HU’s--- the work of Atlas.Ti (code, quotes, memos)Project Material: P-docs such as doc., pictures, .txtSelect a Location**cannot save in the virtual cloud**Save As…Save Project – Copy Bundle – Create BundleOpen Project - Copy Bundle- Install Bundle
20 Transport and Re-Install Atlas.ti Bundle To Transport Material:Save a HU Bundle to thumb drive, Dropbox, or send it in an ….To open the Saved Bundle:In Atlas.ti go under ToolsGo to Copy BundleSelect Install Bundle
27 Ways to Analyze Network Design (con’t) Import Node
28 Using the VCL Go to library.nyu.edu --> Under tab, select Research Assistance -->Select Data Services -->Select Software -->Scroll down to Atlas.ti -->Click on NYU's VCLClick on Getting StartedClick on vcl.nyu.eduClick on Log in to VCL Now!You should be able to go from there.
29 Using Atlas.ti in the VCL To view your files on your Mac while using Atlas.ti through the VCL, you must do the following:First, convert your Word (.docx) files to Plain Text (.txt) or Rich Text Format (.rtf).In Atlas.ti:Under "Project"Select "Add Documents"Select "Assign External Documents"In pop up screen, click on the desktop icon in left side column (if your files are stored there)Click on "Access Local Files"Click on "Read and Write"You should able to now see your txt files and then import them into Atlas.ti.
30 More Atlas.ti Atlas.ti - Help Menu Atlas.ti Manual Online Data Services: