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Taguette is a free, open source tool for coding textual qualitative data. You can install Taguette on your own device or server, or use it on the Taguette server. When you use Taguette on a server, you can collaborate with other users.
Slides from the most recent Taguette workshop are embedded below, and available on Google Drive, as well as a workshop recording, and a series of how-to videos.
Taguette How-To Videos
Create Tags in Taguette
Taguette uses the term tag to refer to codes. You can create single tags as well as a tag hierarchy using punctuation marks.
Select text with a document (a highlight) and apply tags to code data in Taguette.
Taguette Workshop - Online via Zoom April 3
Because of the COVID-19 linked stay-at-home order, the University Library is currently closed, with many services being offered online. The April 3 workshop on Taguette was hosted online and recorded. A fully captioned recording is embedded below.
Free & Open Source Qualitative Analysis Tools (Recorded Webinar from IASSIST)