Export

Word / PDF

There are output options for each of the main entities in ATLAS.ti: Documents, quotations, codes, and memos and within the various tools. All reports are user configurable and you can decide which type of content to include. See Creating Reports.

Excel Export

You find an Excel Export option in each Manager and quotation list. In addition, the results of the Code Co-occurrence Table and the Code Document Table can be exported in Excel format. See Creating Excel Reports.

Print Documents with Margin

You can print or export coded text documents in PDF format as you see them on the screen including the paragraph numbering. See Print with Margin.

QDPX Exchange Format For Projects

The QDPX format is a QDA-XML standard for exchanging projects between different CAQDAS packages. The project exchange format was launched March 18, 2019. You can see all participanting programs on the following website: http://www.qdasoftware.org. See QDPX Universal Data Exchange.

SPSS / PSPP Export

You can export your coded data as SPSS syntax file. This file can also bes used the in free basic PSPP version. When executed in SPSS or PSPP, your quotations become cases and your codes and code groups variables. In addition, further identifying information in form of variables is provided like the document name and number for each case, start and end position and creation date. These variables allow you to aggregate your data in SPSS if needed. See SPSS Export.

If you need a less detailed output, see Code Document Table. The table provides an output that is already aggregated by documents or document groups.

Generic Statistic Export for R, SAS, STATA, etc.

You can export your coded data as Excel file for further analysis in any statistical package. Quotations become cases and codes and code groups variables. In addition, further identifying information in form of variables is provided like the document name and number for each case, start and end position and creation date. See Generic Export For Further Statistical Analysis.

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