• Version 2.10
    This is the latest version of Tatiana. Since version 2.0 all functionnalities planned in the Lead project are available. You will find in this version (among other things):
    • a new interface
    • a new remote control
    • a new video player
    • a whole new bunch of filters
    • and the possibility to visualise replayables graphically
  • Tatiana Version Alpha
    This is the first version of Tatiana presented to the LEAD project. It is an improved version with filtering and synchronous video playback. A demo corpus is also provided, with a step by step user guide.
    A technical documentation is in preparation. Contact us if you need an early version.
     
    All information on how to download / install / use Tatiana is in the User Guide:  
  • Grégory Dyke comments the Tatiana demo at EARLI conference in Budapest
    (August 2007). See the video.
     
  • The St Etienne/Lyon LEADers have animated a "hands on Tatiana" session at the Ecole Thématique EIAH from CNRS, Sunday, July 8, 2007.
    The animators were the famous team : Kris Lund, Jean-Jacques Girardot, Annie Corbel, Gregory Dyke and Steven Collins.
    After a quick presentation of replay, filters, categories, Rainbow and annotation concepts, the participants were invited to use Tatiana on an exemple (based on a Drew chat+graph session).
    You may also try what was suggested: download the Tatiana.zip [10 Mo] via the download Tatiana page, unzip it and follow the readme file.
     
  • Visualization of collective interactions in a replayer
    (application to the LEAD CoFFEE tool)

    G. Dyke, J.J. Girardot, A. Corbel, S. Collins, I. Manno
    Research Report G2I-EMSE 2007-400-006,
    June 2007, Ecole des Mines de Saint-Etienne, 11 pages.
    .pdf [1017 Ko]
     
  • Presentation for the Salerno meeting (April 2007)
    Annie Corbel et al.
    .pdf [1351 Ko]
     

 

Tatiana: Trace Analysis Tool for Interactions ANAlysts. This is the tool developed for the Lead Project, but it will also handle traces from different discussion tools (Coffee, Drew, DrewLite, Digalo, etc).

Drew is a collaborative tool (developped during the previous projects SCALE) that provide trace files of interactions with a web browser interface.
You may test here without any installation.

DrewLite is a simplified version of this tool running on a LAN with a less elaborate environment for managing sessions and traces. A simple trace viewer and converter comes also with DrewLite.