[Air-l] software?

Andrew Wenn andrew.wenn at vu.edu.au
Sun Jun 19 18:34:53 PDT 2005


Hi Andrea,

What exactly do you want to do with this database once you have 
established it. Do you intend to perform some qualitative analysis on 
it or is it just to act as a message store.

If you are intending to do some analysis on it and are using an Apple 
Mac then I can highly recommend TAMSanalyzer which is freeware and 
obtainable from http://tamsys.sourceforge.net/osxtams/download.html

Cheers,

Andrew Wenn.

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On 20/06/2005, at 4:26 AM, Andrea Handl wrote:

> Having been a lurker in this list for most of the time (and profiting 
> loads
> from the "warm fuzzy feeling" of community and sharing knowledge in 
> here)
> I've finally got a question that some of you might be able to help me 
> with:
>  I want to make a kind of database which I'll be able to feed with 
> copies of
> blogposts, e-mails and some IRC-chat protocols.
> Have you got any suggestions what to use?
>  Using Open Office seems a rather tedious way to do it and Excel 
> definitely
> doesn't do the job for me.
>   Thanks very much for your help,
> Andrea
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