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Posted by Rick
May 17, 2019 at 03:16 AM

 

With Atlas.ti, you can choose whether to lease it or buy it. Buying is expensive, but you get to use it for as long as it works on your computer, and minor updates are free.


Dellu wrote:
>even softwares I like & use very much like AtlasTi, I am
>avoiding them because of the licensing model

 


Posted by Rick
May 17, 2019 at 03:22 AM

 

But how likely is it that, when an application dies away, there will be nothing available to read RTF files?

MadaboutDana wrote:

>
>Why get so neurotic about tie-in? Well, a simple perusal of the many,
>many apps that have been discussed here is enough to show you why: so
>many of them have gone the way of the dodo. So many once glorious,
>much-lauded, beloved apps are no longer with us, but have made their way
>to that great archive in the sky. What’s more, so many of them are
>unusable, because their creators - for what are, I’m sure, perfectly
>good reasons - decided not to make them publicly available upon expiry.
>Or kindly did so, only for the app to lose its compatibility with the
>latest operating systems somewhere along the line.
>

 


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