There is now excellent documentation of this in the the online manual for ATLAS.ti Mac and the online manual for Windows. So this is post is more focused on getting those transcripts out of other platforms and also about opportunities for analysis once imported in to ATLAS.ti
There is further information in the online manual for ATLAS.ti Mac about transcript formats on page 48, about adding media files on page 51. There is also extensive information about working with transcripts on pages 52-54.
The Atlas.TI desktop version provides more advanced coding tools, such as automatic affordance for a code-subcode division and automated detection of sentiment, named entities or core concepts.Automated detection works well in English, but not in Finnish.For details, see the desktop manual.
Weakness: Its simplicity means that it offers less functionality. You have to code manually and this could be a deal-breaker if you have a lot of data. It also has fewer import options than other software.
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There are some issues with making the PDF reference manual,fullrefman.pdf or refman.pdf. The help files contain bothnon-ASCII characters (e.g. in text.Rd) and upright quotes,neither of which are contained in the standard LaTeX Computer Modernfonts. We have provided the following alternatives:
This requires ebook-convert fromCalibre, or frommost Linux distributions. If necessary the path toebook-convert can be set as make macro EBOOK by editingdoc/manual/Makefile (which contains a commented value suitablefor macOS) or using make -e.
There are many other installation options, most of which are listed byconfigure --help. Almost all of those not listed elsewhere inthis manual are either standard autoconf options not relevantto R or intended for specialist uses by the R developers.
This re-runs all the tests relevant to the installed R (including forexample the code in the package vignettes), but not for example the oneschecking the example code in the manuals nor making the standalone Rmathlibrary. This can occasionally be useful when the operating environmenthas been changed, for example by OS updates or by substituting theBLAS (see Shared BLAS).
R is best tested on current versions of Windows 10 and Windows Server 2022with UTF-8 as the charset encoding. It runs on older versions of Windows,but normally with other charset encoding and may require manual installationof the Universal C Runtime (UCRT).
You can run command-line R and Rscript from aTerminal26 so these can be typed as commandsas on any other Unix-alike: see the next chapter of this manual. Thereare some small differences which may surprise users of R on otherplatforms, notably the default location of the personal librarydirectory (under ~/Library/R, e.g.~/Library/R/x86_64/4.2/library), and that warnings, messages andother output to stderr are highlighted in bold.
You will not be able to build most of the manuals unless you havetexi2any version 5.1 or later installed (which requiresperl), and if not most of the HTML manuals will be linkedto a version on CRAN. To make PDF versions of the manuals youwill also need file texinfo.tex installed (which is part of theGNU texinfo distribution but is often made part of theTeX package in re-distributions) as well astexi2dvi.60Further, the versions of texi2dvi and texinfo.tex needto be compatible: we have seen problems with older TeX distributions.
MKL includes a partial implementation of FFTW3, which causes trouble forapplications that require some of the FFTW3 functionality unsupported inMKL. Please see the MKL manuals for description of these limitations andfor instructions on how to create a custom version of MKL which excludes theFFTW3 wrappers.
Older versions of this manual contain notes on platforms such as HP-UX,IRIX, Alpha/OSF1 (for R < 2.10.0, and support has since been removedfor all of these) and AIX (for R < = 3.5.x) for which we have had norecent reports.
Shared Objects: There seems to be very little agreementacross platforms on what needs to be done to build shared objects.there are many different combinations of flags for the compilers andloaders. GNU libtool cannot be used (yet), as it currentlydoes not fully support Fortran: one would need a shell wrapper forthis). The technique we use is to first interrogate the X window systemabout what it does (using xmkmf), and then override this insituations where we know better (for tools from the GNUCompiler Collection and/or platforms we know about). This typicallyworks, but you may have to manually override the results. Scanning themanual entries for cc and ld usually reveals thecorrect incantation. Once you know the recipe you can modify the fileconfig.site (following the instructions therein) so that thebuild will use these options. 2b1af7f3a8