Taguette

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We are creating a free and open qualitative analysis tool that works locally and on a server!

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Remi Rampin

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Taguette has reached 1.0 🤯

We are beyond thrilled to announce Taguette 1.0 💖 We've been building to this release for the last three years, so the list of changes for this new version is short but impactful, including:Option to use Redis to coordinate live collaborat...
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Published on July 20, 2021 by Vicky Rampin

Taguette 0.11 is out 🎉

Today we released Taguette 0.11!! We are 🤏 this close to Taguette 1.0, since this release contains a lot of new enhancements and fixes. Some highlights (pun intended!):Big performance improvementsMore details in error mes...
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Published on July 6, 2021 by Vicky Rampin

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Qualitative methods generate rich, detailed research materials that leave individuals’ perspectives intact as well as provide multiple contexts for understanding the phenomenon under study. Qualitative methods are used in a wide range of fields, such as anthropology, education, nursing, psychology, sociology, and marketing. Qualitative data has a similarly wide range: observations, interviews, documents, audiovisual materials, and more. 

However - the software options for qualitative researchers are either far too expensive, don't allow for the foundational method of highlighting and tagging materials, or actually perform quantitative analysis, just on text. 

It's not right or fair that qualitative researchers without massive research funds cannot afford the basic software to do their research.
 

So, to bolster a fair and equitable entry into qualitative methods, we've made Taguette! Contributing to this collective will help us develop and maintain the tool further, as well as continue to provide a dedicated public server for our users (https://app.taguette.org).

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Remi Rampin

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