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CATMA (Computer Assisted Textual Markup and Analysis) is a practical and intuitive tool for text researchers.

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Qualitative Data Analysis Software Free

Features

• Support of digital text in almost any language, incl. right-to-left scripts (e.g. Arabic, Hebrew, Japanese)
• Full integration of annotation and analysis functions in a web browser
• Web-based collaboration for easy exchange of documents, annotations, and Tag Types
• Freely definable or pre-defined tags that can also be shared
• Interactive natural-language searches across text, corpora, and annotations
• Automated statistical and non-statistical analytical functions
• Built-in visualization of search results and analyses
• Analysis of complex text corpora in a single step
• Context-sensitive help function, tutorials, user manual, and help desk

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Proprietary

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Users Size

Small (<50 employees), Medium (50 to 1000 employees), Enterprise (>1001 employees)

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CATMA

What is best?

• Freely definable or pre-defined tags that can also be shared
• Interactive natural-language searches across text, corpora, and annotations
• Automated statistical and non-statistical analytical functions
• Built-in visualization of search results and analyses
• Analysis of complex text corpora in a single step
• Context-sensitive help function, tutorials, user manual, and help desk

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Ease of use
7.5
6.5
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7.4
6.5
Advanced Features
7.6
6.8
Integration
7.4
6.8
Performance
7.5
Training
Customer Support
7.6
Implementation
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Bottom Line

CATMA users can combine the hermeneutic, ‘undogmatic’ and the digital, taxonomy based approach to text and corpora – as a single researcher, or in real-time collaboration with other team members.

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CATMA (Computer Assisted Textual Markup and Analysis) is a practical and intuitive tool for text researchers. In CATMA, users can combine the hermeneutic, ‘undogmatic’ and the digital, taxonomy based approach to text and corpora – as a single researcher, or in real-time collaboration with other team members. CATMA’s Analyzer module supports the generation of Wordlists amongst its key automated functions. A wordlist displays all the words contained in users’ text, arranged in alphabetical order or according to their frequency in the text. Users can select an individual word and inspect the different contexts in which it was used in the “KWIC” (keyword in context) pane. The CATMA Analyzer allows users to execute Queries on a text. Users can search the text for words, phrases, tags, or Properties, making users’ query as complex and specific as necessary, e.g. asking for the listing of a certain word only if it appears in a certain adjacency, or excluding certain results from the listing. CATMA’s Tagger component enables users to annotate texts for the purpose of analysis. Annotation is done by highlighting parts of users’ text and then assigning Tag Types to them – so users don’t have to physically insert a Tag into the text. Users can either choose Tag Types from an existing Tag Set or create new Tag Types while annotating. Every assignment of a Tag Type allows users to choose individual values for its Properties. In the context of the heureCLÉA project, CATMA has been extended with another possibility for large-scale annotation. Instead of requiring manual effort for all types of annotations, natural language processing (NLP) is harnessed to generate automatically created annotations for specific tasks.

 

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