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Text Analytics software collection for analysis of text, numerical data, and images.

Qualitative and mixed-methods software with unparalleled computer-assistance.

Content analysis and text mining software for processing large amount of text data.

Powerful and user-friendly software for statistical analysis and bootstrapping.



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