This new release improves searching for data (full boolean operators are now available for all types of searches), adds the ability to find all memos related to a given document, improves the interface and squashes critical bugs.
This is an important new release for the OS X qualitative research tool, TAMS Analyzer. New features include the ability to hyperlink documents, tag sections of documents, as well as many bug fixes.
TAMS Analyzer, a GPL Qualitative Research tool for Macintosh OS X has released version 3.45 with a new context scrub bar in its results windows.Now researchers can adjust on the fly the amount of context they want to see surrounding their data!
TAMS Analyzer, the qualitative research program for OS X has been updated with sophisticated date format support and grouping by date as well as updated documentation!
This is a bug fix release for the first 3.34 release.
TAMS Analyzer, a qualitative reseach/analysis program for OS X has released version 3.34. This release adds support for unicode and utf-8 text files as well as fixes the interface files for Jaguar compatibility.
This release patches up some significant bugs, offers better interface for laptop users, and improvements on key reports.
This release includes universal binaries (ppc/i386) and it includes a special "single user" build.
I'm releasing a second build of TAMS Analyzer, a qualitative coding and analysis package for OS X. This version adds improved counting facilities to the data comparison table as well as some formatting clean up to that same report.
Improvements to data comparison table, on the fly column creation. General bug fixes.
I'm delighted to announce the release of TAMS Analyzer for OS X release 3.2 which includes important new reports, better support for "on the fly" creation of new categories for your data, bug squashing, and interface improvements.
First release of TA3, a qualitative/ethnographic/discourse analysis tool for OS X platform. This version adds many analysis tools and most importantly the ability to synchronize files to a MySQL server so that researchers can share codes and documents.
This is a preview release of the interface and file/project structure for TAMS 3. New gui layout, better code control, some bug fixes, and conversion guides included.
This release includes interface clean up and a few bug fixes; also included are hints on how to get the GNUstep color picker working so you can color codes individually.
The GNUstep version of TAMS Analyzer now includes all of the features of the Cocoa version except multimedia handling. This release adds graphviz integration, the full spectrum of reports and macro creation and much more.
TAMS Analyzer a qualitative data analysis program (analysis of textual, cultural, media data) has initially been ported to GNUstep from Macintosh OS X.
TAMS Analyzer 2.49, the open source qualitative analysis system for OS X, features improved regular expression functionality and many bug fixes.
This version of TAMS Analyzer, a qualitative research coding and analysis program, has increased support for beginning and advanced researchers, improved interface, improved control over searches.
This new version features bug fixes, improved reporting, and snazzy 3-Dish icons.
TA, the open source qualitative analysis package for OSX, has since the last news announcement added multimedia support, color support, and many interface improvements.
Major speed increases, panther stability, bug fixes regarding code coloring, + if you haven't downloaded TA from my website, many more interface and stability improvements.
Many improvements and bug fixes: macro facility added to results, improved interaction and flexibility added for coding/recoding operations.
Improved results window layout, "escape" character, improved undo, bug fixes
TA 2.18a3 offers increased stability; important bug fixes for export to text/xml; and the ability to use results to strip codes from source files
This release contains some long sought after features including colored tags (while codin) and toggling whether tags are visible in results.