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The Ethnograph 4.0

Description: The Ethnograph 4.0 facilitates the management and analysis of text based data such as transcripts of interviews, focus groups, field notes, diaries, minutes, and other documents. The basic unit is the segment. Each segment can be identified by up to twelve codewords. Segments can be nested and overlapped seven levels deep, and search results represent these levels.

Searches can be done by one or more codewords. Search filters can be created to extract any kind of information from document texts. Entire data fields can be identified by face sheet variables, and existing coding schemes can be selectively or globally modified.

Requirements: PC (286 or better) running DOS. 4MB RAM recommended and 2MB of free hard disk space required. Demo version requires Windows 3.1 or higher.

Further information: A Web page for The Ethnograph is available at http://www.qualisresearch.com/ from which a demo version can be downloaded.

Distributor:In Europe: Qualitative Research and Consulting (QUARC), Universitaet Hohenheim (530/1), Institut fuer Kosumoekonomik und Verbraucherpolitik, D-70593 Stuttgart, Germany. Tel: +49 (0) 711 45 00 21. Fax: +49 (0) 711 459-2870. Email: friesesu@uni-hohenheim.de. Elsewhere: Qualis Research Associates, PO Box 2070, Amherst, MA 01004, USA. Tel: 413-256-8835. Fax: 413-256-8472. Email: Qualis@QualisResearch.com.

Price: Single copy: $200.00 + shipping. See the WWW site for multi-user/network licences.

Version available at CTI Centre: Demo version.

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Document Created: 14 August 1996
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