New documentation for TAMS Analyzer

Posted: March 10th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: research tools, TAMS | 6 Comments »

I recently completed a short “how-to” guide for getting started with TAMS Analyzer.  This documentation will shortly be linked to the CSSCR Documentation and Handouts page here.  You can also email me directly for a copy.  Feel free to send me any feedback or suggestions on making the documentation easier to work with.

UPDATE 04/13/2011:  I’m currently working on a revision of this documentation that will reflect the most recent updates in TAMS. It should be ready within a few weeks.  In the meantime, if you want the old documentation (which will help you get started with TAMS) just let me know and I’ll send it to you right away.

6 Comments on “New documentation for TAMS Analyzer”

  1. 1 Cynthia said at 3:50 pm on March 10th, 2011:

    Would it be possible to have a copy of your documentation on using tams analyser. I am trying to use it to look at interviews and would appreciate any help with how to negotiate my way around the programme and get the best out of it. Also if you have reservations about the programme it would be helpful to know before I spend too long trying to master it.
    Thanks in anticipation.

  2. 2 Tabitha Hart said at 11:10 am on March 24th, 2011:

    Hi Cynthia, you can certainly have a copy of the documentation. Can you confirm your email address by writing to me at blog4 [at] tabithahart [dot] net — I’ll write back with a pdf of the documentation. Cheers!

  3. 3 James said at 12:58 pm on April 9th, 2011:

    I’m glad to see that you have been using TAMS for a year with success. I would like to get a copy of your user guide (you should have an email from me in your inbox.)


  4. 4 Tabitha Hart said at 8:41 am on April 12th, 2011:

    I’m happy to send copies of the documentation to anyone. I’m working on an updated version now, which should be ready soon.

  5. 5 Francoise Guay said at 8:07 am on April 13th, 2011:

    I’d love to read your documentation if you would please send it to me.
    I am a doctorate student at University of Montreal and i was also teaching undergraduates Atlas-Ti. I started searching the net, as tired as you are with all those QSR applications that work only on PC (notably NVivo which started as NUD*IST on MAC and switched), plus Atlas-Ti has a few problems of its own. I plan on teaching TAMS Analysis next year. Don’t worry, i’ll quote you if I translate your documentation in french for students.
    Merci beaucoup

  6. 6 Tabitha Hart said at 12:46 pm on April 13th, 2011:

    Hi Francoise,
    Thanks for writing in. I’m going to email you the documentation now. Cheers!