In order to as well as possible help the users of the Catalyse method, we realize a Wiki website in which we try to organize the documentation of the Catalyse tools, which are Pragma and its online version (ePragma) and Java (jPragma), and also Anaconda and the online version eAnaconda, .
The main objective of this website is to present an online help based on the use of tools, in the point of view of the users. We tried to have a simple approach, based on the needs and the questions of the users. So, we propose three possible “entries” to use this documentation:
- the “main” access follow the main uses of the tools, in the descending order of the use, from the data collect (useful with all the versions of Pragma) to the project management (which concern only some project or partnership administrators using ePragma), through the exploitation of the results and the creation of questionnaire; the detailed plan on the main page of the wiki follows this order;
- another access is possible directly by the tools of the Catalyse Toolkit (Pragma, ePragma, jPragma, Anaconda, eAnaconda) in the left vertical menu of the window; you can use this access from all the pages of the wiki;
- finally, a last access, which will be ameliorated very soon, is possible by the “Territorial Intelligence Community System” by a link in the left vertical menu of the window; you can use this access from all the pages of the wiki.
The site is packed day after day to be most complete possible to the end of the caENTI (28 february 2009), at least in three languages: English, French and Spanish.
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