TAMS Analyzer help

Posted: April 13th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: TAMS | 1 Comment »

If you need help using TAMS Analyzer, I recommend that you:

  • get a (completely free) copy of my “getting started with TAMS” documentation by emailing me at:  blog4 [at] tabithahart [dot] net
  • download all of the documentation that Matthew Weinstein, the creator of TAMS, has written. Go here and click on the “Download” link and then the “Complete Documentation” link.  The complete documentation, made up of a dozen or so documents, covers a wide variety of TAMS-related topics.
  • see Matthew Weinstein’s video tutorials here.
  • contact Matthew and ask to be added to the TAMS Analyzer mailing list that he maintains.

One Comment on “TAMS Analyzer help”

  1. 1 Tabitha Hart said at 1:52 pm on May 7th, 2012:

    Hi Linda, have you checked for missing and/or incomplete codes in the file? It sounds like you may have a partial tag, perhaps one in which the end tag {/sample tag} is missing. If you have coded text with overlapping codes that are the same, this can cause problems. One tip: open the file that has the error message and use the built-in command to search for missing code pairs. Let me know if you need more help with this.