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1 Introduction to Atlas.ti 7.1

2 Data Services at NYU

3 Data Services Supports:
ArcGIS Atlas.ti Google Earth MATLAB Qualtrics R SAS SPSS STATA

4 Introductory Session Start a Project
Basic Introductory Overview of Coding with Atlas.Ti Analysis and Output Bundle and Save your HU

5 Atlas.ti

6 Features Control Panels *hover for information Horizontal bar
Vertical bar Menu bar Right click Main Horizontal Bar - Four Main functions of Analysis P-Doc Codes Quotes Memos

7 Starting a project Create a
Hermeneutic Unit (HU) = Primary Unit or Whole Project using your Primary Document (P-Doc) = the individual documents imported for coding with .RTF / .TXT /.DOCX /.PDF/ Video-audio /.JPEG

8 Import Primary Documents

9 Open P-Doc Click on P-Doc

10 Codes Code Bank – create a designated list of codes
Free Codes - spontaneously code as you go Auto Coding – code using Key Word Search Function

11 Coding (right click)

12 Auto-coding

13 Quotes Big chucks of text vs. words
Remember to give context to the quote

14 Link Quotes In the right margin, drag selected quote bar into another quote bar Pop up provides a selection of relational options to link quotes together

15 Memos Write analytic memos about your selected quotes
Write about your codes Write a note to other research partners

16 Memo creation Click on Memos manager button Memo Manager pops up
Click on Memo menu Enter name of memo and then include | symbol Hit enter, Memo window should pop up Write and Save Can 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, .txt Select a Location **cannot save in the virtual cloud** Save As… Save Project – Copy Bundle – Create Bundle Open Project - Copy Bundle- Install Bundle

18 Save Atlas.ti Work of the HU

19 Save Project Material Create a 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 Tools Go to Copy Bundle Select Install Bundle

21 Multiple Users

22 Ways to Analyze Word Cruncher
General Count of Word Frequency Total Range of Words in the Document Creates a Visual Expression of Data

23 Ways to Analyze Output of Codes

24 Ways to Analyze Output of Codes (con’t)
In Atlas.ti select Codes  Select Output  Select All Code with Quotations

25 Ways to Analyze Collating in Excel
In Atlas.ti go under Analysis  Select Codes-Primary Document Tables  Double click on Codes and PD Create Report

26 Ways to Analyze Network Design

27 Ways to Analyze Network Design (con’t) Import Node

28 Using the VCL Go to -->
Under tab, select Research Assistance --> Select Data Services --> Select Software --> Scroll down to Atlas.ti --> Click on NYU's VCL Click on Getting Started Click on Click 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:

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