To assist with developing and showcasing the tool, AARNet supported Evelyn with technical and instructor training with The Carpentries, which is made up of communities of Instructors, Trainers, Maintainers, Helpers, and supporters who share a mission to teach foundational computational and data science skills to researchers.
Evelyn recently ran a workshop with ATAP at UQ for Ethnomethodology and CA researchers, discussing how the team developed the tool, demonstrated how it works, and highlighted the possible applications that could assist them with their research. The workshop provided invaluable informal peer review, with input from practitioners on their current practices and future directions tools like this can take to better help researchers.
The Jefferson Transcript Search Tool is continuing to be developed, with future plans for the tool including expanding the functionality to search other transcript types, and allowing exporting of the search results to a file.
The Australian Text Analytics Platform (ATAP) project received investment (https://doi.org/10.47486/PL074) from the Australian Research Data Commons (ARDC). It is led by the University of Queensland, with support from AARNet and the University of Sydney.
To find out more about ATAP, visit the ATAP website or contact the AARNet eResearch team.