Hey, qualitative researchers! Try out the first release of this *FREE* and *OPEN SOURCE* qualitative research tool, Taguette!

This is the first ever release of Taguette and dev is ongoing. You can read more: taguette.fr/ & look at the roadmap: gitlab.com/remram44/taguette/i

Installers for macOS and Windows are here: taguette.fr/install.html and so are installation instructions for folks on Linux!

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@vickysteeves Great that you're working on this! I have tried to find good solutions before and just couldn't. Our university has a deal for Atlas.ti, which is both expensive and awful.

@jaranta
This is EXACTLY why we made Taguette. The options are too expensive or don't work.

This is just the very first version which lots of features to be added, but we hope Taguette will fill that massive gap we've seen in research tools!

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