(Students who submit proof of current student status may purchase a non-upgradable copy of Transana Basic for $75)
Import and analyze media data (audio and video) into Episodes with Transcripts
Create and expand thematic Collections
Nest thematic Collections in existing Collections as deeply as you like
Select portions of media files to place in Collections
Create and expand a flexible coding scheme
Apply codes to portions of media files
Create temporary groups of data items based on Coding
Notes for all supported data types, facilitating keeping Analytic Memos
Notes Browser Tool – facilitates the review and comparison of Notes
Transcription is not automated in Transana
Transcripts are not required for working with media data in Transana
Library Report – A text-based report about source data files
Episode Report – A text-based report about how source media data has been used analytically
Episode Keyword Map – A graphical report that shows coding for source media files
Collection Report – A text-based report about analytic data gathered into a Collection, regardless of source
Collection Keyword Map – A graphical report that shows coding for media data gathered into a Collection, regardless of source
Search Tool – Gather data items together based on the coding and categorization that has been applied
Support for data in most left-to-right languages with prompts in English, German, Spanish, French, Italian, Dutch, Norwegian Bokmal, Norwegian Ny-norsk, Swedish, and Chinese – Simplified
Support for data in some right-to-left languages with prompts in Arabic (Windows only)
Transana Basic for Students
Students who pay for Transana with their own funds to do their own research can purchase a non-upgradable version of Transana Basic for USD $75 using a credit or debit card. Please submit proof of your student status to receive your transaction code.
Instructors who want to use Transana Basic to teach qualitative research methods in a course can contact us for a class discount transaction code.
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