ULTIMO RILASCIO: 16 Gennaio 2023

ATLAS.ti is a powerful qualitative analysis software offering the greatest variety of tools for accomplishing all the tasks associated with a systematic approach to unstructured data, i.e. data that cannot be meaningfully analyzed by formal, statistical approaches. It helps you to explore the complex phenomena hidden in your textual and multimedia data. For coping with the inherent complexity of the tasks and the data, ATLAS.ti offers a powerful, intuitive environment that keeps you focused on the analyzed materials. It is a tightly integrated suite of tools that support your analysis of written texts, audio, video, and graphic data. The integration of its tools is designed to perfectly support the work flow of the qualitative researcher. Hence, ATLAS.ti brings to the job highly sophisticated tools to manage, extract, compare, explore, and reassemble meaningful segments of large amounts of data in flexible and creative, yet systematic ways.



The image of our software as a “knowledge workbench” is more than just a lively analogy. Analytical work involves tangible elements: research material requires piecework, assembly, reworking, complex layouts, and some special “tooling”. A well-stocked workbench provides you with the necessary instruments to thoroughly analyze and evaluate, search and query your data, to capture, visualize and share your findings.



A typical project deals with sifting through large sets of diverse documents, notes, and multi-media files, and examining and comparing such sources regarding a specific line of inquiry.  While the technical side of selecting, and organizing useful portions of your data might seem manageable when dealing with just a handful of source documents, it can tend to become overwhelming as the number of sources mount. Enter a specialized software package like ATLAS.ti: It lets you extract, categorize, and interlink data segments from a large variety and volume of source documents. Based on your analysis, the software supports you in discovering patterns and testing hypotheses. With numerous output options and collaboration tools, your analysis is easily accessible to yourself and others.



To understand how ATLAS.ti handles data, visualize your entire project as an intelligent “container” that keeps track of all your data. This container is your ATLAS.ti project. The project keeps track of the paths to your source data and stores the codes, code groups, network views, etc. that you develop during your work. Your source data files are copied and stored in a repository. The standard option is for ATLAS.ti to manage the documents for you in its internal database. If you work with larger audio or video files, they can be linked “externally” to your project to preserve disk space. All files that you assign to the project (except those externally linked) are copied, i.e. a duplicate is made for ATLAS.ti’s use. Your original files remain intact and untouched in their original location. Your source data can consist of text documents (such as interviews, articles, reports); images (photos, screen shots, diagrams), audio recordings (interviews, broadcasts, music), video clips (audiovisual material), PDF files (papers, brochures, reports), and even geo data (locative data using Open Street Map). Once your various documents are added or linked to an ATLAS.ti project, your real work can begin. Most commonly, early project stages involve coding different data sources. Coding is the basic activity you engage in when using ATLAS.ti and is the basis of everything else you will do. In practical terms, coding refers to the process of assigning categories, concepts, or “codes” to segments of information that are of interest to your research objectives. We have modeled this function to correspond with the time-honored ATLAS.ti 8 Windows – Quick Tour BASIC CONCEPTS 7 practice of marking (underlining or highlighting) and annotating text passages in a book or other documents. In its central conceptual underpinnings, ATLAS.ti has drawn deliberately from what might be called the “paper and pencil paradigm.” The user interface is designed accordingly, and many of its processes are based on—and thus can be better understood by—this analogy. Because of this highly intuitive design principle, you will quickly come to appreciate the margin area as one of your most central and preferred work space—even though ATLAS.ti almost always offers a variety of ways to accomplish any given task.

Import, Analyze and Export Various Data Formats

Supported Data File Formats
Analyze text, PDF, images, audio, video and geo data. Comments in Word documents and Annotations in PDFs are automatically imported as quotations.


Survey Data
Analyze open-ended questions from surveys, including desriptive variables to compare and contrast respondent answers.


Import Reference Manager Data
Conduct Your Literature Review. Import data from your favourite reference manager such as Mendeley, Zotero, or Endnotes.


Twitter Import
Enter a query and import all tweets from the last week. Include retweets and images. Auto-code authors, hashtags, mentions etc…


Connect your account and import data you have collected in Evernote.


Languages You Can Analyse
Display and code in any language and character set. Non-Western characters (e.g., Chinese, Japanese, Hebrew) are no problem for ATLAS.ti.


Social Network Comments
Find the conversation that you want to analyse, extract it via exportcomments.com and import the Excel sheet in ATLAS.ti.


Add Documents From Other Apps
You can add PDF, text, audio, video, and image documents from other apps or from email attachments to your ATLAS.ti Mobile projects.


Import Existing Code Lists
Share code lists across ATLAS.ti Android projects.


Easy To Work With
Native Mac & Windows Versions
ATLAS.ti was designed to run on both Windows and macOS, with a native user interface on each system. This means you get the best performance and a UI that feels right for your platform.


Flexible Interface
Organize multiple windows, browsers, and tools in almost any way you want on your screen. Windows can be docked or floated.


Interactive Margin Area
Codings and memos are visible on the right-hand side next to your data, ready to be inspected, reviewed or modified.


Interface Languages
You can choose English, Spanish, German, French, Brazilian Portuguese, or Simplified Chinese as your interface language.


Mobile Companion App
Your Data Collection Companion
Collect data on the go and in the field on your mobile device: Text, PDF, image, audio and video


Record Audio and Video Files
Record interviews, capture background noises, the sentiments of the moment, record observations, or create a video record of the research context.


Take Photos
Capture people, moments, and artefacts.


Create and Edit Text Documents
Copy content from a browser, text you have written in a note app, or in Evernote, and add it as document.


Highlight important moments
Click a button while recording, and ATLAS.ti automatically creates a quotation. Available in the Android App.


Transcribe Your Data

Import Transcripts

Import, play, edit, and analyze transcripts from every major transcription app or service, or from video call software such as Zoom, Teams, etc. Or bring in your own transcriptions, and ATLAS.ti will understand your timestamps. Supported formats are txt, rtf, docx, VTT and SRT.


Automatic Speaker Coding
ATLAS.ti automatically generates speaker coding when importing VTT files containing speaker information, as generated by many automatic transcription tools.


Transcribe Your Data
Add audio or video files and transcribe your data directly in ATLAS.ti.


Explore Your Data

Keyword In Context Search
Search for words relevant to your analysis and display them in their surrounding context.


Word Clouds and Word Lists
Create word lists and word clouds to explore text content. Apply stop lists to remove unwanted words, or go lists to focus on specific words.


Project-wide Search
Use the Project Search tool to search for text and patterns in all elements of your project.


Find What You Are Looking For
A search option is available that scans all of your text documents.


Write Memos
Capture your thoughts and ideas on the project.


Reference Quotations and View in Context
Referencing a quotation in a memo is as easy as dragging it into the editor, or clicking the + button on the paragraph numbers bar. This inserts the full text as well as a clickable reference link that takes you right back into the document to read the quotation in context.


Auto Search and Code Your Data

Sentiment Analysis
ATLAS.ti uses state-of-the-art on-device machine learning algorithms to classify text segments by tone. Easily determine positive, negative, or neutral sentiment.


Named Entity Recognition (NER)
Automatically classify and code people, locations and organizations.


Text Search & Code
Use sophisticated text search tools such as lemmatization (like stemming, but better) or synonyms to find relevant text. Preview and code retrieved words, sentences or paragraphs.


Auto Coding
Instead of coding manually, ATLAS.ti offers powerful auto-coding tools powered by AI. Save time and leverage these features to code relevant data automatically.


Find Concepts & Code
ATLAS.ti searches for nouns in your data and related words, so-called noun phrases. Based on these, we suggest concepts that you can review and code automatically.


Opinion Mining
With opinion mining we take sentiment analysis one step further. Evaluate sentiments, key aspects and corresponding affections in context. All in one go!


Build Your Code Systems and Organize Them

Code the Way You Want
ATLAS.ti offers the best and most intuitive coding tools on the market. Whether you want to pick codes from a list, find code names via auto-completion, or want to code via drag and drop, ATLAS.ti has got you covered.


Code Hierarchies and Folders
In building your code system, develop categories and subcodes. Organize your codes in folders.
Tools For Building A Code System
ATLAS.ti’s “Split Code” and “Merge Code” tools support you in building a code system from scratch.


Import Code List from Excel
If your code system is already in place, simply import it via a spreadsheet.


Redundant Codings Analyzer
Use the redundant codings analyzer to clean up your coding.


Retrieve Coded Data Segments
Review your coded data. Filter and read your coded segments, see the codes that are assigned, and change the coding directly wherever you are.


Analyze Your Data in Different Ways

Data Level Analysis
The unique ATLAS.ti quotation level supports interpretive approaches to analysis and allows analysis before or without coding.


Simple Data Retrieval
You can read all data coded by a code in the Quotation Reader. Further you can review and modify them.


Querying Coded Data via Operators
With the Query Tool you can build search expressions based on codes, Boolean, proximity, or semantic operators.


Cross-tabulation of Documents by Codes
The Code-Document Table displays the coding frequency for each document or document variable and offers a number of descriptive statistics.


Global Filters
Results of queries and the tables can be filtered by respondent characteristics.


 Writing Up Analysis
ATLAS.ti provides you with comment fields and memos that you can use for the various levels of the analysis.


Code Co-occurrence Analysis
Our code co-occurrence tools find relations between several codes and enable you to identify and visualize the strength of these relations.


Begin Your Analysis
Describe quotations by adding a name and write a comment.


Mark and Name Section in a Video File
Names will fade in and out while you play the video, so you know where you set a quotation.


Make Your Research Visible

Bar Charts
The list of codes, code relations, and the distribution of codes across documents can be visualzed as bar chart.


Sankey Diagrams
The Sankey Diagrams in ATLAS.ti offer a powerful technique to visualize the association of data elements for all cross-tabs.


Tree Maps
Use the fully interactive code tree map to gain an overview and refine your coding system. And when presenting your work, it makes for a pleasing and easy-to-grasp visualization of your codings.


Exploring and Visualizing Relations in Networks
The network editor is an intuitive workspace for discovering connections, interpreting your findings and effectively communicating your results.


Export of Visualizations
Export your word clouds, networks and Sankey diagrams as image files to include them in presentations or reports.


Collaborate With Others on Your Projects

Inter-Coder Agreement Analysis
With the help of the ATLAS.ti Inter-coder Agreement Tool, you can infer the reliability of your code system according to scientific standards.


Project Merge
Projects can be merged to integrate the work of all team members. Merge conflicts can be consolidated.


Team Work
The desktop version supports asynchronous shared coding and analyzing. This means you can spread the coding work across your team members.


User Management
You can create a unique user name, switch between users, or if necessary also merge users.


One-Step Export of Full Project
Transfer your project to ATLAS.ti Windows or Mac to fully leverage all available analysis tools via Dropbox or iTunes file share.


Cross-App Quotation Links
Copy and paste a quotation to an email or message, and a clickable link will be included that opens the quotation in context inside ATLAS.ti if the recipient has a copy of your project.


Manage your Data Projects

Project Backup and Transfer
It is easy to create a single-file bundled version of your project that serves as backup or for project transfer between computers and team members.


Import Document Variables
If you have a spreadsheet with respondent characteristics such as age, gender, education, profession, preferences, etc.


Project Export in QDPX format
Save your project in the universal QDPX exchange format to share your project or code book with users of other QDA programs.


Export the Code Book in QDPX format
Export the code book in the universal QDPX exchange format for use in a different project, or for sharing it with others.


Add Existing Documents
Add documents from the library, or content you have stored on dropbox.


Export Your Data for Further Processing

Export For Further Statistical Analysis
Export the quantitative outcome of your coding as an SPSS syntax file, or as generic Excel file etc.


Export Of Coded Documents
Export coded text documents as you seen them on screen with the codes in the margin including paragaraph numbering in PDF format.


Export of Documents
Export all documents that you have added to a project.


Export of Tables
Export the content of tables to Excel for further number crunching, or for charting your data.


Export of the Code Book
Export the code book as Excel file for use in a report, for re-use in a different project, or for sharing it with others.


Create Word or Excel reports of coded data segments or from query results.


ATLAS.ti understands the necessity of re-using research results for processing and publication in other applications. It therefore sports the widest range of export and reporting facilities of any QDA package.

The following features are new in ATLAS.ti 23 (Windows and Mac):


Cloud Collaboration [Beta]

Forget about emailing and uploading projects to external services or making physical backups. With ATLAS.ti 23, you can now save and share your projects securely in the cloud – on demand. Get more done with our solution for sharing, collaborating, and merging projects directly from within ATLAS.ti.


Work together from anywhere

Share projects seamlessly across devices, so you can work from any location, keep your files up to date and sync them with your team members – whether you’re using Windows or macOS.


Stay in control of your data

With ATLAS.ti 23, you can choose whether you want to upload a project to the cloud or keep it entirely offline. If you decide to upload it, it will benefit from enterprise-grade security and servers hosted in Europe.


Full end-to-end encryption

We know that data security and privacy are a priority for our users. When using Cloud Collaboration, you will benefit from end-to-end encryption that complies with the latest AES standards.


*This feature is free for all desktop users during the beta period.



New Code Co-Occurrence Tools

Arguably one of the most important analysis tools can be found in our code co-occurrence section. ATLAS.ti 23 introduces the next evolution of this popular analysis feature – offering substantial improvements that will make your analysis even more powerful, easier to use, and fun.


Visualize like never before

The newly designed results view presents overlapping co-occurrences in an intuitive and much easier-to-understand way than before, reducing the need to jump into the document for context. But that’s still only a click away, should the need arise. Of course, you can also modify your coding right from this view.



A brand-new visualization option shows co-occurrences on an interactive map: This enables you to identify clusters of co-occurring codes quickly, share beautiful and insightful graphs illustrating your research, and explore your data in a fun way.


Save valuable time

Finally, we’ve made it easier to explore co-occurrences directly from your data. Right-click on any code or multiple codes, choose one of the new analysis options, and they will take you right into the co-occurrence tool – with the relevant selections and options already made for you. This huge time-saver enables much more light-footed exploration of your data.


Advanced Auto Coding powered by AI

Hand-in-hand with the new co-occurrence tools, we have further developed our automatic coding tools.


Benefit from advanced search

Our previous release has already introduced full-text search with lemmatization and synonyms, named entity recognition, sentiment analysis, and search using regular expressions. These powerful machine-learning-based algorithms still run entirely offline on your device.

Leverage natural language processing

With ATLAS.ti 23, we have extended the capability of our auto coding tools’ ability to restrict a search to coded quotations. For example, you can now do a sentiment analysis and auto code all quotations coded with a specific code with just a few clicks.



UX Enhancements and New Visualizations

Jump straight into code-document analysis from any selection of codes or documents.


The word list and word cloud tools are now merged into one single tool and joined by a new TreeMap visualization.


We’ve updated the color palette of the word cloud for a more pleasing look.


The document manager now also features a TreeMap to get an overview of your most-coded documents quickly.


As always, we have worked on performance and made many usability improvements throughout the app.


ATLAS.ti Web Improvements

Concepts Report [Beta]

We believe that research should be easy. That’s why we are releasing Concepts Report for ATLAS.ti Web: a new feature that enables you to find relevant concepts for your topic right at your fingertips.


Gain insights into your qualitative data faster

Concepts Report allows you to see which concepts are appearing in your project. You can choose to analyze the text from all or some of your codes, code groups, documents, and/or document groups, giving you complete flexibility in your analysis.



The results of your concept analysis will be beautifully displayed in a word cloud, making it easy for you to see which concepts are most prominent in your data quickly. Concepts Report makes it easy to unlock valuable insights into your qualitative data, allowing you to make better decisions and improve your analysis.


*This feature is free for all web version users during the beta period.


Sankey Charts [Beta]

The new Sankey Charts feature in ATLAS.ti Web offers a powerful technique to visualize the association of data elements for cross-tabs. You’ll find Sankey Charts in the Reports section as an additional visualization option within the Code-Document Table.



*This feature is free for all web version users during the beta period.


Per consultare i termini e le condizioni d’uso della casa produttrice del Software, ATLAS.ti, cliccare qui




The following End User License Agreement (“EULA”) represents the license conditions between you as a user of the ATLAS.ti Software and ATLAS.ti Scientific Software Development GmbH, Berlin, Germany (“ATLAS.ti”, “Company”, “We” or “Licensor”) for the use of software including related media, documentation (for example program descriptions, manuals) and other documents and materials manufactured by ATLAS.ti (“Product(s)”). By registering for the use of the Software, either installed on your computer or via remote access as a software as a service (“SaaS”), you declare yourself in agreement with these conditions. If you do not agree with these conditions, you must not install and/or use the Software.




ATLAS.ti grants to you the non-exclusive, non-assignable right to use the Software in compliance with the type of license purchased. You shall not be granted any rights in the source code of the Software. You may not reverse engineer, decompile, or disassemble the Software, except to the extent that the foregoing restriction is expressly prohibited by applicable law. You may not modify the Software or create any derivatives based upon the Software. You may not rent, lend or lease the Software, or otherwise transfer the Software and accompanying written materials to any third party. All rights not expressly granted are reserved by ATLAS.ti.




If you purchased the Software for installation on your computer (and not a cloud version only), you shall be entitled to create one backup copy to ensure reinstallation of the Software.




At ATLAS.ti we are especially sensitive regarding personal data and fully understand and comply to the necessity of uttermost protection of any personal data of customers, users, partners and employees we process.




If you register for the use of the Software, we collect and process your personal data as a data controller in order to enable you to use the Software. In this context we process the data of you as a user of the Software in the context of the performance of our services. This may involve the processing of the following data of the user: First and last name, address(es), contact data (e.g., e-mail address, telephone number), licensee information and position (e.g., employer/university and position/(title of the user), contract data (e.g. subject of contract, duration, license details), payment data and data collected in the context of the performance of our services and/or required for the provision of our services. Your personal data will be processed as long as you use your account. If your account is closed/deleted the data processed via your customer account is deleted (subject to data retention obligations). The legal basis for this storage and processing is the fulfilment of the contract or the implementation of pre- contractual measures pursuant to Art. 6 para. 1 lit. b) GDPR. In addition, we collect data related to the usage of the Software. This includes data related to your usage of the Software (e.g., surfing behaviour), crash reports, telemetry data and data related to support tickets. Further details can be found in our Privacy Policy, accessible at




Personal data processed via the Software by you, e.g., in the context of data analysis, is performed by ATLAS.ti as a data processor on our customers’ behalf and on our customers’ instruction. This data processing is subject to the ATLAS.ti Data Processing Agreement, that is, as part of the agreement, accessible at www.atlas.ti.com/dpa.




Some content included in the Software, as well as any associated intellectual property rights and titles, belongs to third parties. This content may be protected by copyright or other intellectual property laws and treaties and may be subject to terms and conditions from the third party providing the content. Please refer to the list of Third-Party Software Terms, accessible at www.atlasti.com/oss.




Copyright notices, serial numbers and other identificationfeatures of the program may not be removed from thesoftware or altered in any way.




The Software and accompanying written materials are provided “as is”, without warranty of any kind. To the maximum extent permitted by law, ATLAS.ti disclaims all warranties, either express or implied, including but not limited to implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a articular purpose and non-infringement. The entire risk arising out of the use or performance of the Software and any accompanying written materials remains with you.




To the maximum extent permitted by applicable law, in no event shall ATLAS.ti, its suppliers, subsidiaries or representatives be liable for any – including consequential – loss or damages whatsoever (including, without limitation, damages for loss of business profits, business interruption, loss of business information, or other pecuniary loss) arising out of the use of or inability to use the Software, even if ATLAS.ti has been advised of the possibility of such damages.




If any stipulation of this EULA should be or become invalid, either completely or in part, this shall not affect the validity of the remaining stipulations. The parties undertake instead to replace the invalid stipulation with a valid regulation which comes as close as possible to the purpose originally intended. This EULA is governed by the laws of the Federal Republic of Germany. If either party employs attorneys to enforce any rights arising out of or relating to this EULA, the prevailing party shall be entitled to recover reasonable attorney’s fees, costs and expenses.


Rev. Aprile 2022

Please read the system requirements carefully and make sure that your computer is adequately equipped to run ATLAS.ti. – Also, detailed installation instructions are provided below.


HARDWARE Intel-based PC, 2GHz

Intel Core or compatible CPU

4 GB RAM minimum (8-16GB strongly recommended)

1.5 GB free hard disk

Any Mac with an intel or Apple Silicon CPU and at least 4GB RAM

SSD strongly recommended


Windows 11 64-bit; Windows 10 64-bit (at least Version 1607, “Anniversary Update.”

(Some special Windows editions, such as Windows 10N and Windows 10 for Virtual Desktops, are NOT supported)

macOS 10.15 “Catalina” or higher


For better natural language processing results, ATLAS.ti can optionally use bigger machine learning models, which require at least 8 GB of RAM on Windows and Mac computers.




Per tutti coloro che desiderano approfondire l’utilizzo di ATLAS.ti a partire dall’uso del Software ad argomenti più avanzati o tasks specifici, sono disponibili una serie di brevi Video Tutorial a:


pagina YouTube della casa madre

pagina dedicata ai Tutorial online 




Per una rapida guida all’installazione e all’utilizzo del Software è disponibile la Quick Guide sia per la versione Windows sia MAC:


ATLAS.ti 23 Win - Quick Tour (English, pdf)

ATLAS.ti 23 Mac - Quick Tour (English, pdf)



La Guide Utente (User’s Guide) disponibile per Windows, MAC, ANDROID e IPAD può essere scaricata, cliccando sul sistema operativo della propria macchina, da:


ATLAS.ti 22 Manual Win

ATLAS.ti 23 Manual Mac

ATLAS.ti Mobile Android

ATLAS.ti Mobile iPad



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