LINGUIST List 23.4746|
Tue Nov 13 2012
Software: Computational Linguistics, Text/Corpus Linguistics: QDA Miner 4.0 and WordStat 6.1 Software Package
Editor for this issue: Justin Petro
From: Adam Bendriss Alami <adamprovalisresearch.com>
Subject: Computational Linguistics, Text/Corpus Linguistics: QDA Miner 4.0 and WordStat 6.1 Software Package
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Provalis Research is a Canadian company that specializes in developing and marketing text analytics tools combining qualitative analysis (QDA Miner 4.0) with content analysis and text-mining (WordStat 6.1).
It can be used on Windows XP, Windows 7 and Mac
It's a shareware software and we charge by concurrent user. We have 3 categories of prices: Commercial prices,Governmental/NGO’s prices and Academic prices.
Here is a summary for single user licenses (perpetual and annual lease): Academic: from $590 to $1165 (lease available at $198 to $388 per year). Governmental/NGOs: from $1295 to $3350 (lease available at $431 to $1116 per year). Commercial: $2195 to $5675 (lease available at $731 to $1891 per year)
Provalis Research software products are used by more than 2,000 institutions including: Universities, Governments and NGOs, and Businesses.
Document importation: ANSI and Unicode text files, MS Word,
WordPerfect, RTF and HTML, PDF.
Image file importation: JPG, PNG, BMP, WMF.
Data base importation: Excel, Access, Paradox, dBase, SPSS,
NVivo, N6, Atlas.ti, Transana, Transcriber, Reference Information System, as well as any other database with ODBC drivers
Others: A document conversion wizard can extract records and
data from any document files, including XML, Blog entries, Email logs, Lexis-Nexis output, etc.
Spell-checking dictionaries are available for a variety of languages. Please see our website for details:
Spell-checking analysis is available in the following languages, however users will need to import a spell-checking dictionary: Arabic, Greek (Ancient and Modern), Hebrew (Ancient and Modern), Hindi, Icelandic, Latin, Romanian, and Swahili.
For more information, visit our website www.provalisresearch.com. We can also do a webdemo in order to explain the features of our software.
Subject Language(s): Afrikaans (afr)
Arabic, Standard (arb)
Greek, Ancient (grc)
Greek, Modern (ell)
Hebrew, Ancient (hbo)
Norwegian Bokmål (nob)
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