by Angus Mungal
Nov 24, 2009
Each fall, as a new semester begins, undergraduates, graduates, and professors alike face the same problem—managing copious amounts of readings, notes, and other documents. There are documents for courses, for our individual assignments, and for research questions, websites, and even transcriptions of interviews or other data. If you would like to change the way you organize, manage, and analyze material of this sort, you might consider doing what I have done—using Atlas.ti, a qualitative statistics software package.
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