All previous releases of AntFileConverter can be found at the following link.
<.exe> files are for Windows.
<.zip> files are for Macintosh OS X.
<.tar.gz> files are for Linux.
Development Road Map
My current tentative plans.
- Add conversion from Word files (.doc) to text.
|Plans for 2018
- Your suggestions come here...
Use the following method to cite/reference AntFileConverter according to the APA style guide:
- Anthony, L. (YEAR OF RELEASE). AntFileConverter (Version VERSION NUMBER) [Computer Software]. Tokyo, Japan: Waseda University. Available from http://www.laurenceanthony.net/software
For example if you download AntFileConverter 1.2.1, which was released in 2017, you would cite/reference it as follows:
- Anthony, L. (2017). AntFileConverter (Version 1.2.1) [Computer Software]. Tokyo, Japan: Waseda University.
Available from http://www.laurenceanthony.net/software
Note that the APA instructions are not entirely clear about citing software, and it is debatable whether or not the "Available from ..." statement
is needed. See here for more details.