ATLAS.ti 6
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ATLAS.ti 6 User Manual
Copyright ©2011 by ATLAS.ti Scientific Software Development GmbH, Berlin. All rights reserved. 
Version: 339.20111116
Author: Dr. Susanne Friese (QUARC Consulting)
Realization/Programming: Dr. Thomas G. Ringmayr (www.hypertexxt.com) 
Copying or duplicating this manual or any part thereof is a violation of applicable law. No part of this manual may be reproduced or 
transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including, but not limited to, photocopying, without written 
permission from ATLAS.ti GmbH.
Trademarks: ATLAS.ti is a registered trademark of ATLAS.ti Scientific Software Development GmbH. Adobe Acrobat is a trademark of 
Adobe Systems Incorporated; Microsoft, Windows, Excel, and other Microsoft products referenced herein are either trademarks of 
Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or in other countries. Google Earth is a trademark of Google, Inc. All other product 
names and any registered and unregistered trademarks mentioned in this document are used for identification purposes only and remain 
the exclusive property of their respective owners.
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Contents
About this Manual..................................................................................................................18
How to Use This Manual.................................................................................................................................................................18
Manual Conventions .......................................................................................................................................................................19
Introduction............................................................................................................................21
The VISE Principle...........................................................................................................................................................21
Visualization....................................................................................................................................................................................21
Integration.......................................................................................................................................................................................22
Serendipity.......................................................................................................................................................................................23
Exploration......................................................................................................................................................................................23
Areas of Application........................................................................................................................................................23
Teamwork Support .........................................................................................................................................................................24
Main Concepts and Features..................................................................................................25
The Hermeneutic Unit (HU)............................................................................................................................................25
Primary Documents (PD or PDoc)...................................................................................................................................26
Primary Document Families (Data Attributes)..................................................................................................................27
Quotations.....................................................................................................................................................................28
Quotations as Layers.......................................................................................................................................................................28
Types of Quotations........................................................................................................................................................................29
Text Quotations..........................................................................................................................................................................29
Graphic Quotations....................................................................................................................................................................29
PDF Quotations..........................................................................................................................................................................29
Audio and Video Quotations......................................................................................................................................................29
GoogleEarth Quotations.............................................................................................................................................................29
Codes.............................................................................................................................................................................30
Coding Objectives...........................................................................................................................................................................30
Text Search Tool..............................................................................................................................................................................30
Word Cruncher................................................................................................................................................................................30
Auto Coding Tool............................................................................................................................................................................31
Memos...........................................................................................................................................................................31
Families ..........................................................................................................................................................................31
Network Views...............................................................................................................................................................32
Nodes, Links and Relations..............................................................................................................................................................32
Network View Manager..................................................................................................................................................................32
Network Editor................................................................................................................................................................................32
Relation Editor.................................................................................................................................................................................33
Link Managers.................................................................................................................................................................................33
Analysis..........................................................................................................................................................................33
Query Tool......................................................................................................................................................................................33
Super Codes....................................................................................................................................................................................33
The Co-occurence Explorer..............................................................................................................................................................33
Codes-Primary Document-Table......................................................................................................................................................34
Team Tools.....................................................................................................................................................................34
User Administration.........................................................................................................................................................................34
Hermeneutic Unit Merger................................................................................................................................................................35
Coding Analyzer..............................................................................................................................................................................35
Export.............................................................................................................................................................................35
RTF..................................................................................................................................................................................................35
PDF..................................................................................................................................................................................................35
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XML Generator................................................................................................................................................................................35
XML Converter................................................................................................................................................................................36
SPSS Export.....................................................................................................................................................................................36
Excel Export.....................................................................................................................................................................................36
Graphic Files....................................................................................................................................................................................36
HTML Generator.............................................................................................................................................................................36
Miscellaneous Tools........................................................................................................................................................37
Object Crawler................................................................................................................................................................................37
Object Explorer................................................................................................................................................................................37
Main Steps in Working with ATLAS.ti.....................................................................................38
Data and Project Management.......................................................................................................................................39
The One-Folder Setup - For Single Users and Teams.......................................................................................................................39
Working with Internal Documents (for smaller projects containing only text files) ..........................................................40
The Process.....................................................................................................................................................................40
Data-Level Work.............................................................................................................................................................................41
Conceptual Level Work....................................................................................................................................................................41
General Steps when Working with ATLAS.ti...................................................................................................................42
Main Workspace: The HU Editor............................................................................................43
Overview........................................................................................................................................................................43
Components of the HU Editor.........................................................................................................................................44
Title Bar...........................................................................................................................................................................................44
Main Menu......................................................................................................................................................................................44
Tool bars .........................................................................................................................................................................................44
The Main Tool Bar [1].................................................................................................................................................................44
The Edit Tool Bar [2]...................................................................................................................................................................44
The Primary Document Tool Bar [3]............................................................................................................................................44
Object Drop-Down Lists [4].............................................................................................................................................................45
Primary Document Pane [5..............................................................................................................................................................45
Paragraph Number Area [6].............................................................................................................................................................45
Margin Area [7]...............................................................................................................................................................................45
Margin area preferences.............................................................................................................................................................46
Status Bar [8]...................................................................................................................................................................................46
The Pop-up Menus..........................................................................................................................................................................47
The Object Managers.....................................................................................................................................................49
Roll-up Mode..................................................................................................................................................................................49
Launching an Object Manager........................................................................................................................................................49
The Object Manager Window.........................................................................................................................................................50
Title, Menu, and Toolbar............................................................................................................................................................50
The List Pane..............................................................................................................................................................................51
The Text Pane.............................................................................................................................................................................51
The Split Bar................................................................................................................................................................................51
The Status Bar.............................................................................................................................................................................51
The Pop-Up Menus....................................................................................................................................................................51
View Menu......................................................................................................................................................................................51
Selecting Items in Object Managers.................................................................................................................................................52
Sorting and Filtering.........................................................................................................................................................................53
Incremental vertical Tool Bar List Search..........................................................................................................................................53
In-place Label Editing.......................................................................................................................................................................53
Editing Text.....................................................................................................................................................................................53
Primary Document Manager...........................................................................................................................................54
The PD Manager Toolbar................................................................................................................................................................54
PD Manager Columns......................................................................................................................................................................55
Quotation Manager........................................................................................................................................................56
Quotation Manager Toolbar............................................................................................................................................................57
Quotation Manager Columns..........................................................................................................................................................58
Code Manager................................................................................................................................................................59
Code Manager Toolbar....................................................................................................................................................................60
Code Manager Columns..................................................................................................................................................................60
Memo Manager..............................................................................................................................................................61
Memo Manager Toolbar..................................................................................................................................................................62
Memo Manager Columns................................................................................................................................................................62
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Data Preparation ...................................................................................................................64
Starting and Ending an ATLAS.ti Session.........................................................................................................................64
Starting ATLAS.ti ............................................................................................................................................................................64
Logging In.......................................................................................................................................................................................65
Ending your ATLAS.ti Session..........................................................................................................................................................66
Creating, Opening and Saving a Hermeneutic Unit.........................................................................................................66
Creating a Hermeneutic Unit...........................................................................................................................................................66
Opening a Hermeneutic Unit...........................................................................................................................................................66
To open a Hermeneutic Unit using the standard Windows file dialog.........................................................................................67
To open a Hermeneutic Unit using the HU Browser....................................................................................................................67
To open a recently used Hermeneutic Unit.................................................................................................................................68
To open the most recently used Hermeneutic Unit at start-up....................................................................................................68
To open a Hermeneutic Unit using Drag & Drop........................................................................................................................68
Protecting the HU against concurrent use (HU Lok file)..............................................................................................................69
Saving a Hermeneutic Unit..............................................................................................................................................................69
Preparing Primary Documents ........................................................................................................................................71
Supported Formats..........................................................................................................................................................................71
Language Settings...........................................................................................................................................................................71
Requirements..............................................................................................................................................................................71
Font settings....................................................................................................................................................................................72
InVivo Code settings........................................................................................................................................................................72
System settings for Thai and Asian language support on Western European and US Windows systems..........................................73
Size Restrictions...............................................................................................................................................................................73
Preparing Textual Documents..........................................................................................................................................................74
Supported Formats.....................................................................................................................................................................74
Rich Text ...............................................................................................................................................................................74
Word doc and docx files.........................................................................................................................................................74
Limitations of working with doc or dox files...........................................................................................................................74
Plain Text...............................................................................................................................................................................75
Preparing PDF files...........................................................................................................................................................................75
Preparing Graphical Documents.......................................................................................................................................................75
Supported Formats.....................................................................................................................................................................75
Size recommendations................................................................................................................................................................75
Preparing Audio- and Video Documents..........................................................................................................................................76
Audio and Video files..................................................................................................................................................................76
Length Recommendations .........................................................................................................................................................76
Preparing Google Earth Documents.................................................................................................................................................76
KMZ and KML documents..........................................................................................................................................................77
Assigning and Handling Primary Documents...................................................................................................................78
Assigning Documents via the File Dialog.........................................................................................................................................78
Assigning Documents using Drag & Drop........................................................................................................................................79
To assign documents by dragging a link..........................................................................................................................................79
Assign Documents via a PD-Family Table........................................................................................................................................79
Assign Google Earth Documents......................................................................................................................................................80
Create and Assign a Google Earth Snapshot....................................................................................................................................80
Create a 3D stereoscopic image (just for a little fun in-between).....................................................................................................80
Assign KMZ Documents..................................................................................................................................................................81
Assign Memos as Primary Documents.............................................................................................................................................81
Rearranging and renumbering PDs..................................................................................................................................................82
Rearranging a Selected Primary Document......................................................................................................................................82
Rearranging Primary Documents Using Drag & Drop......................................................................................................................82
Renumbering all Primary Documents...............................................................................................................................................82
Loading and Navigating Primary Documents..................................................................................................................83
Loading Primary Documents............................................................................................................................................................83
To load a PD using the drop-down list........................................................................................................................................83
To load a PD using the PD Manager...........................................................................................................................................84
File Locking.................................................................................................................................................................................84
Content Caching.........................................................................................................................................................................84
Navigating within Primary Documents.............................................................................................................................................84
Navigating within Textual Primary Documents...........................................................................................................................85
Some additional notes on displaying and navigating PDF Documents........................................................................................85
Changing the display size of PDF documents.........................................................................................................................88
Navigating within Graphical Primary Documents........................................................................................................................88
Navigating within Multimedia Primary Documents.....................................................................................................................88
Disconnecting Primary Documents..................................................................................................................................89
Data Transcription..........................................................................................................................................................90
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Transcribing Audio- and Video Files in ATLAS.ti..............................................................................................................................90
Adding and Associating Multimedia Files and Transcripts................................................................................................................90
Setting Rewind Time........................................................................................................................................................................92
Start Transcribing.............................................................................................................................................................................92
Insert Anchors Automatically......................................................................................................................................................95
Delete Association Anchors.........................................................................................................................................................95
Undo..........................................................................................................................................................................................95
Naming Anchors.........................................................................................................................................................................95
Adding Documents via the Association Editor's Menu................................................................................................................95
Deleting Associations..................................................................................................................................................................95
Associating two already existing documents....................................................................................................................................95
Importing documents transcribed in f4............................................................................................................................................96
f4audio.......................................................................................................................................................................................96
f4media......................................................................................................................................................................................96
Working with Associated Documents..............................................................................................................................................97
Play Selected Text ......................................................................................................................................................................97
Synchronization-Mode (F3)........................................................................................................................................................97
Activating and Deactivation Synchronous Mode.........................................................................................................................97
Working with Synchronous Mode..............................................................................................................................................98
Karaoke Mode (Ctrl-F4)..............................................................................................................................................................98
Importing and Exporting Associations.........................................................................................................................................98
Importing Survey Data ...................................................................................................................................................99
How survey data is treated in ATLAS.ti............................................................................................................................................99
Preparing an Excel™ Table for Import...........................................................................................................................................100
How to import survey data............................................................................................................................................................102
Analyzing Survey Data...................................................................................................................................................................103
Data Management in ATLAS.ti.............................................................................................105
The ATLAS.ti Referencing Model..................................................................................................................................105
Referencing - a Common Procedure..............................................................................................................................................106
Example 1: The World Wide Web Way....................................................................................................................................106
Example 2: Word Documents with External References............................................................................................................106
Basic Principles for Working with Referenced Documents:........................................................................................................107
Consequences of Accessing PDs via References.............................................................................................................................107
Reference Types: Many Paths, One Destination............................................................................................................................107
Absolute Paths...............................................................................................................................................................................108
Pros .........................................................................................................................................................................................108
Cons.........................................................................................................................................................................................108
Special Paths..................................................................................................................................................................................108
The HUPATH (the recommended option).................................................................................................................................108
Pros..........................................................................................................................................................................................110
Special path: TBPATH...............................................................................................................................................................110
Pros......................................................................................................................................................................................111
Cons.....................................................................................................................................................................................111
Conclusion.....................................................................................................................................................................................111
Setting Up a New Project.....................................................................................................112
Objectives.....................................................................................................................................................................112
Project Planning and Setup ..........................................................................................................................................113
Scenario 1 (recommended): Working with One Project Folder - for Single Users and Teams.........................................................114
Example....................................................................................................................................................................................114
Project Set up............................................................................................................................................................................114
Project Migration .....................................................................................................................................................................116
Project Backup..........................................................................................................................................................................116
Benefits of this approach...........................................................................................................................................................116
Consideration for teams............................................................................................................................................................117
Scenario 2: Multiple Document Paths............................................................................................................................................117
Examples...................................................................................................................................................................................117
Project Set up............................................................................................................................................................................117
Project Migration .....................................................................................................................................................................117
Project Backup..........................................................................................................................................................................117
Benefits of this approach...........................................................................................................................................................118
Drawbacks................................................................................................................................................................................118
Scenario 3: Working with One Project File (for projects that use text files exclusively)..................................................................118
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Issues to Consider – Size and Length of Documents.................................................................................................................118
Team Capability........................................................................................................................................................................119
Project Setup.............................................................................................................................................................................119
Reference for internal documents.........................................................................................................................................119
Project Transfer ........................................................................................................................................................................120
Project Backup..........................................................................................................................................................................120
Benefits.....................................................................................................................................................................................120
Drawbacks................................................................................................................................................................................120
Modifying the Project Setup.........................................................................................................................................121
Optimizing Paths...........................................................................................................................................................................121
Changing Absolute Path References to the HUPATH....................................................................................................................121
Changing Absolute Path References to the TBPATH.................................................................................................................122
Adjusting References.....................................................................................................................................................................122
Two Ways to Adjust References...........................................................................................................................................122
How ATLAS.ti loads Primary Documents..............................................................................................................................123
Path Mapping................................................................................................................................................................................124
How to create path mappings..............................................................................................................................................124
To enter a path to be mapped:.............................................................................................................................................125
Redirection: Fallback.............................................................................................................................................................126
Change Paths for one PD at a time................................................................................................................................................126
Turning External into Internal Documents......................................................................................................................................127
Project Backup and Migration..............................................................................................128
Backup Copies...............................................................................................................................................................................128
Crash Recovery: Automatic Backup...............................................................................................................................................128
Copy Bundle – Migrating and Backing Up Projects........................................................................................................................129
Create a Bundle........................................................................................................................................................................129
The Copy Bundle Tool..............................................................................................................................................................129
How to Create the Bundle File..................................................................................................................................................130
Install a Bundle.........................................................................................................................................................................131
Unbundling Strategies...............................................................................................................................................................131
Migrate................................................................................................................................................................................132
Restore.................................................................................................................................................................................132
Paths....................................................................................................................................................................................132
List of Bundled Documents.......................................................................................................................................................133
Conflict Color Code .................................................................................................................................................................133
Mapping a Path........................................................................................................................................................................134
Report.......................................................................................................................................................................................134
How To Install a Bundle File......................................................................................................................................................135
Editing Primary Documents..................................................................................................136
Objectives......................................................................................................................................................................................136
Inside Editing Primary Documents..................................................................................................................................................137
Understanding the Primary Document - HU Relationship.........................................................................................................137
The Edit Toolbar.......................................................................................................................................................................138
How to Edit a Primary Document..................................................................................................................................................138
Please read - This happens when you save an edited primary document: ................................................................................139
Creation of Log files.............................................................................................................................................................139
Best practice rules..........................................................................................................................................................................140
Rule No. 1: Always edit from within ATLAS.ti...........................................................................................................................140
Rule No. 2: Never delete, modify or move the auxiliary log file................................................................................................140
Enriching A Plain Text Document...................................................................................................................................................141
Embedded Objects.........................................................................................................................................................................141
What is an Embedded Object?.................................................................................................................................................141
In-Place Activation and Editing.................................................................................................................................................141
How to Embed an Object.........................................................................................................................................................142
Embed an Object via Copy and Paste Special...........................................................................................................................142
Embed an new or existing Object via Insert Object...................................................................................................................143
Coding Embedded Objects.......................................................................................................................................................144
Editing Embedded Objects........................................................................................................................................................144
Idiosyncrasies............................................................................................................................................................................145
Editing Primary Documents in Team Projects.................................................................................................................................145
Synchronization on Demand.....................................................................................................................................................148
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Team Project Management..................................................................................................149
Tasks of the Project Administrator.................................................................................................................................149
Sets up the Project.........................................................................................................................................................................149
Makes Decisions with regards to Editing Primary Documents........................................................................................................149
Merges Hermeneutic Units............................................................................................................................................................150
Works on the Project.....................................................................................................................................................................150
User Management........................................................................................................................................................150
Adding a New User........................................................................................................................................................................151
Administrative and Standard Access Rights....................................................................................................................................153
Removing a user............................................................................................................................................................................153
Changing user attributes................................................................................................................................................................153
Saving the user database...............................................................................................................................................................153
Logging in.....................................................................................................................................................................................153
Access Rights for the HU...............................................................................................................................................................154
Co-Authors....................................................................................................................................................................................155
To register co-authors...............................................................................................................................................................155
To remove co-authors...............................................................................................................................................................155
To display co-authors................................................................................................................................................................155
To filter by co-authors..............................................................................................................................................................155
The User Database.........................................................................................................................................................................155
Creating and working with different user databases.................................................................................................................156
Relaxed User Management............................................................................................................................................................156
Team Scenario 1: The team is sharing the same data source files on a shared drive.......................................................157
Examples........................................................................................................................................................................................157
Option A: All-In-One HUPATH Setup...........................................................................................................................................157
Project Setup - Tasks of the Project Administrator....................................................................................................................157
Project Setup - Tasks of Team Members...................................................................................................................................158
Editing Primary Documents (all)................................................................................................................................................158
Merging  - A Task for the Project Administrator.......................................................................................................................159
Tasks of team members after merging......................................................................................................................................160
Backup (all)...............................................................................................................................................................................160
Benefits of this approach...........................................................................................................................................................161
Drawbacks................................................................................................................................................................................161
Option B: Working with the Textbank Folder -  the TBPATH setup...............................................................................................161
Examples...................................................................................................................................................................................161
Project Setup - Tasks of the Project Administrator....................................................................................................................161
Project Setup - Tasks of Team Members...................................................................................................................................162
Editing Primary Documents (all)................................................................................................................................................163
Merging  - A Task for the Project Administrator.......................................................................................................................163
Tasks of team members after merging......................................................................................................................................164
Backup (all)...............................................................................................................................................................................164
Benefits of this approach...........................................................................................................................................................164
Drawbacks................................................................................................................................................................................164
Team Scenario 2: Teams that do not always or never have access to a shared drive......................................................165
Project Setup – Tasks  of the Project Administrator........................................................................................................................166
Project Setup - Tasks of Team Members........................................................................................................................................166
Migrating projects to a Second Computer – for Team Members....................................................................................................167
Editing Primary Documents (all).....................................................................................................................................................167
Merging – A Task for the Project Administrator.............................................................................................................................168
If documents are not edited......................................................................................................................................................168
Tasks of team members after merging......................................................................................................................................168
If documents are edited............................................................................................................................................................169
Tasks of team members after merging......................................................................................................................................169
If only the project administrator is allowed to edit documents .................................................................................................169
Tasks of team members after merging......................................................................................................................................170
Backup (all)...............................................................................................................................................................................170
Benefits of this approach...........................................................................................................................................................170
Drawbacks................................................................................................................................................................................171
Merging Hermeneutic Units..........................................................................................................................................171
Examples of Application.................................................................................................................................................................171
Text Corpus Reuse....................................................................................................................................................................171
Theory Import...........................................................................................................................................................................171
Team Work...............................................................................................................................................................................171
Concepts........................................................................................................................................................................................172
Target and Source HUs.............................................................................................................................................................172
Merge Strategies.......................................................................................................................................................................172
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How to Merge Hermeneutic Units.................................................................................................................................................173
Select a target and source HU...................................................................................................................................................173
Choose a merge strategy..........................................................................................................................................................173
Conflict Resolution for Links.....................................................................................................................................................175
Migration of General Features..................................................................................................................................................176
Special Considerations for Quotations .....................................................................................................................................176
Merging Scaled Codes..............................................................................................................................................................176
A Few Additional Considerations..............................................................................................................................................177
After the Merge........................................................................................................................................................................177
The Merge Report.........................................................................................................................................................................177
Added Objects..........................................................................................................................................................................178
Unified Objects.........................................................................................................................................................................179
Statistical Summary...................................................................................................................................................................179
The Data Level - Basic Functions..........................................................................................181
Creating Quotations.....................................................................................................................................................181
Creating and working with Textual and PDF Quotations..............................................................................................181
Selecting Text Segments................................................................................................................................................................182
Selecting PDF Segments................................................................................................................................................................182
Creating a free Textual or PDF Quotation.....................................................................................................................................183
Creating Quotations Using Drag & Drop.......................................................................................................................................183
Quotation references.....................................................................................................................................................................184
Activating and Displaying Textual and PDF Quotations.................................................................................................................185
Modifying Textual and PDF Quotations........................................................................................................................................186
New boundaries match existing quotation................................................................................................................................186
Deleting Textual and PDF Quotations...........................................................................................................................................187
Deleting Quotation(s) in the Quotation Manager.....................................................................................................................187
Creating and Working with Graphical Quotations.........................................................................................................187
Creating Graphical Quotations......................................................................................................................................................187
Activating and Displaying Graphical Quotations............................................................................................................................188
Modifying Graphical Quotations....................................................................................................................................................189
Deleting Graphical Quotations.......................................................................................................................................................189
Creating and Working with Multimedia Quotations......................................................................................................189
The Multimedia Control Window..................................................................................................................................................191
Opening and Closing the Multimedia Control Window............................................................................................................193
Activating and Playing Audio and Video Quotations.....................................................................................................................193
Modifying Audio and Video Quotations........................................................................................................................................193
Deleting Audio and Video Quotations...........................................................................................................................................193
Creating and Working with Google Earth Quotations...................................................................................................194
Creating Google Earth Quotations.................................................................................................................................................194
Activating Google Earth quotations...............................................................................................................................................195
Displaying Google Earth quotations...............................................................................................................................................195
Modifying Google Earth quotations...............................................................................................................................................196
Deleting Google Earth quotations..................................................................................................................................................196
Moving Around.............................................................................................................................................................................196
Extrusion – Display Quotations at elevated levels..........................................................................................................................197
Display a GE Quotation in Google Maps.......................................................................................................................................197
Import Google Earth Quotations....................................................................................................................................................197
Create Graphical Snapshot PDs......................................................................................................................................................197
Coding Techniques.......................................................................................................................................................199
General Coding Procedure.............................................................................................................................................................199
To display the margin area........................................................................................................................................................199
How Codes are Displayed..............................................................................................................................................................201
Display of codes in the Code Manager.....................................................................................................................................201
The Single Column View...........................................................................................................................................................202
Open Coding.................................................................................................................................................................................202
Coding with a single new code.................................................................................................................................................202
Creating more than one code concurrently...............................................................................................................................203
Coding via drag & drop from the Code Manager.....................................................................................................................203
In-Vivo Coding..............................................................................................................................................................................204
To create an In-Vivo code.........................................................................................................................................................204
In-Vivo coding via drag & drop.................................................................................................................................................204
Code-by-List..................................................................................................................................................................................205
Code-by-List Inverse......................................................................................................................................................................205
To link a code to many quotations ...........................................................................................................................................205
To link a code to many quotations via Drag & Drop.................................................................................................................205
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Quick Coding................................................................................................................................................................................205
Meaning of colored bars in the margin..........................................................................................................................................206
Unlinking a code............................................................................................................................................................................206
Writing Code Comments...............................................................................................................................................................206
Creating and Editing a Code Comment.....................................................................................................................................206
Writing comments for coded segments.........................................................................................................................................207
Setting code colors.........................................................................................................................................................................207
Coding PDF documents................................................................................................................................................207
Coding as usual.............................................................................................................................................................................208
Coding embedded images.............................................................................................................................................................208
Coding columns of text.................................................................................................................................................................208
Coding Image documents.............................................................................................................................................209
Coding audio and video documents..............................................................................................................................210
Step 1: Create an audio or video quotation .............................................................................................................................210
Step 2: Code an audio or video quotation................................................................................................................................211
Reviewing audio and video quotations.....................................................................................................................................211
Unlinking codes........................................................................................................................................................................212
Modifying the length of a video quotation...............................................................................................................................212
Resetting the filter....................................................................................................................................................................212
Describing video quotations to improve outputs............................................................................................................................212
Renaming video quotations and creating text output...............................................................................................................212
Changing between time and frame references..........................................................................................................................213
Making use of quotation comments.........................................................................................................................................213
Coding Google Earth documents..................................................................................................................................213
Reviewing Google Earth quotations..........................................................................................................................................214
Unlinking codes........................................................................................................................................................................214
Describing GE quotations to improve outputs................................................................................................................................214
More Coding-Related Functions...................................................................................................................................215
Free Codes.....................................................................................................................................................................................215
Why Create Free Codes?..........................................................................................................................................................215
Creating a Free Code................................................................................................................................................................215
Importing Codes............................................................................................................................................................................215
Creating Free Codes via the Batch Method...............................................................................................................................215
Transferring Codes from Other Projects....................................................................................................................................216
Avoiding Name Clashes when Importing Code Lists.................................................................................................................216
Renaming and Deleting a Code.....................................................................................................................................................216
To Rename a Code...................................................................................................................................................................217
Deleting Codes..............................................................................................................................................................................217
To delete a Code......................................................................................................................................................................217
Unlinking Codes............................................................................................................................................................................218
To unlink several codes from a quotation ................................................................................................................................218
To unlink a single code from a quotation..................................................................................................................................218
Merging Codes..............................................................................................................................................................................218
Merging Codes Using the List Method.................................................................................................................................219
Merging Codes in a Network View.......................................................................................................................................219
Suggestions for structuring the list of codes...................................................................................................................................219
Adding structure via the order in the Code Manager................................................................................................................220
On the use of Code Families for adding structure to a code list................................................................................................222
On the use of the Network View function for adding structure to a code list ..........................................................................222
Retrieving Coded Quotations........................................................................................................................................................223
Activating a quotation for a code..............................................................................................................................................223
If there is only one quotation ..............................................................................................................................................223
If there are more quotations ................................................................................................................................................223
Create a Report for Coded Quotations.....................................................................................................................................223
Reports on Quotations for Code Combinations........................................................................................................................224
Other Places to Activate Quotations.........................................................................................................................................224
Text Search & Auto Coding..........................................................................................................................................225
The Text Search Tool.....................................................................................................................................................................225
To open the Text Search tool....................................................................................................................................................225
Standard Search Mode..............................................................................................................................................................226
To start a standard search....................................................................................................................................................226
Case Sensitive.......................................................................................................................................................................226
GREP Mode..........................................................................................................................................................................226
Category Search.......................................................................................................................................................................226
Defining Categories..............................................................................................................................................................227
Hierarchies of Search Categories..........................................................................................................................................227
How To Use Category Search...............................................................................................................................................228
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