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Libreoffice-Addon for Qualitative Data Analysis

Project Description


  • Open document with the text you want to analyze
  • Mark sections, create comments on them (Ctrl+Alt+C)
  • Write your codes as hashtags, like #fluffy
  • you can also write subcodes, using the # syntax: fluffy#unicorns will generate a subtag unicorn below fluffy
  • Click on update in the QDA Tag Tree panel
  • Tree will be generated at the lower two thirds of the panel
  • If you click on a section (not a tag), the marked text the hashtagged comment is referring to will be shown in the upper part of the panel.
  • If the option is selected, a click will also scroll the document to that text.

State: Beta

License: Code under GPL3

Scaffold code was generated using unodit. This would not have been possible without its use.


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Current Release

No stable release available yet.

All Releases









  • All platforms
  • Linux
  • Linux-x64
  • LibreOffice 5.3
  • LibreOffice 5.4
First release of QDA-Tag-Tree: A libre office addon that finds comments that have #hashtags in them. It shows all these comments in a tree control in the sidebar (after the user pressed the update button).
  • GNU-GPL-v3 (General Public License Version 3)

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