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RQDA

RQDA is computer-aided qualitative data analysis package

Installation of Devel Version

Assuming you have a working version of current release (and all dependencies).

install.packages("devtools") ## install it only if you haven't done it yet
require(devtools)
devtools::install_github("Ronggui/RQDA")

Installation for macOS from source package

  1. Install Xocde from App store, launch Xcode and follow the instruction to install all the components. In addition, open a Terminal and run the following command to install command line tools:

    $ sudo xcode-select --install
    
  2. Go to http://xquartz.macosforge.org/landing/, download and install XQuartz-2.7.7.dmg.

  3. Go to https://www.macports.org/install.php, download and install macport (Install MacPorts for your version of OS X, e.g Sierra). If you had a working MacPorts and updated the OS, they you need to migrate a MacPorts installation by following these instructions.

  4. Open a Terminal and run the following commands:

    $ sudo port install pkgconfig
    $ sudo port install gtk2
    
  5. Download and install the binary version of R.

  6. If the above step is successful, launch terminal to invoke R and install RQDA from within R:

$ R
> install.packages('RQDA', type='source')
  1. If all steps are successful, then we can launch RQDA by the following R command:
> library(RQDA) 

Installation for macOS from binary package (if available on CRAN)

  1. Go to http://xquartz.macosforge.org/landing/, download and install XQuartz-2.7.7.dmg.

  2. Go to http://r.research.att.com, download and install the binary package of GTK+ 2.24.17.

  3. Download and install the binary version of R.

  4. Launch R and install RQDA from within R:

> install.packages('RQDA', type='binary')
  1. If all steps are successful, then we can launch RQDA by the following R command:
> library(RQDA) 

Dockerfile for Debian 8

DockerRQDA is a project providing a docker image for easily using RQDA under Debian 8.

Portable Version for Windows Users

Download from Dropbox Link.

Download from Baidu Cloud.

How to change the font sizes of RQDA interfacea

  1. There is a font setting interface in the Settings Tab.

  2. This can be achived by modifying ~/gtkrc-2.0 (create on if not exists), for instance:

style "user-font" {
    font_name = "Lucida Grande 14"
}
widget_class "*" style "user-font"

gtk-font-name="Lucida Grande 14"
gtk-enable-mnemonics = 0

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