GTAMSANALYZER(1) General Commands Manual GTAMSANALYZER(1)NAME
GTAMSAnalyzer - Qualitative Research Software
This manual page documents briefly the GTAMSAnalyzer command. This manual page was written for the Debian distribution because the origi-
nal program does not have a manual page.
GTAMSAnalyzer is a a complete coding and analysis package. It is a "port" of TAMS Analyzer for Macintosh OS X. Note, at some point the two
projects will have identical file formats, at which point the initial G (for GNUstep) will be dropped. GTAMS stands for GNUstep Text Analy-
sis Markup System, it is a convention for identifying themes in text. The software offers a wide range of tools for applying themes to
texts and identifying patterns of themes within and between texts.
SEE ALSO GNUstep(7).
This manual page was written by Gurkan Sengun <firstname.lastname@example.org>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others).
December 8, 2004 GTAMSANALYZER(1)
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The GSDoc markup language is defined by an SGML DTD, that specifies the tags that may be used in marking up a GSDoc document, and how and
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