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  2. Hi, i am sorry to be a bit direct, but I have written 3 times to finance-americas@qsrinternational.com and upport@qsrinternational.com, I cannot get an answer! This is really annoying and also very unpolitical on your side. Would you please let me know how do I renew my student license for one iOs and one Windows machine and the price that would cost? Thank you for your time and attention. Andrea
  3. Hi @canarik, Thank you so much, that's really helpful! I've followed your steps and have now got the frequency distribution, which I've then calculated as a percentage for easier comparison. I just had one more question which is probably very simple (it's been a few years since I last did any data analysis so am very rusty!). The number of sources in each attribute value varies - I have two groups of 6 and one of 4. Is the frequency distribution calculated in a way that allows for difference in group size, or do I need to calculate the frequency distribution proportionally to ma
  4. I've autocoded my focus group transcripts by participant name. In a few instances, the program finds the first instance of a name and then codes the remainder of the transcript (including all other speakers) with that name/code. In a few other instances, the next speaker's text is included. How do I resolve this problem?
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  6. Hello everyone, Nvivo provides you three different ways of research team collaboration. 1) Nvivo Collaboration Server 2) Nvivo Collaboration Cloud 3) Manual project sharing If you plan to share your projects manually, please refer here to learn about how to determine your collaboration strategy. Hope this helps, Regards,
  7. Hello everyone, I would like to share an article from Silvia D'Amato published in European Journal of Criminology. Title: Islamization of criminal behaviour: The path to terrorism? Terrorist threat and crime in French counterterrorism policy-formulation DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177%2F1477370819828955 This article aims to reveal how French policy-makers understood, communicated and approached the terrorist enemy since the 9/11 attacks. analyzing multiple types of data. Please feel free to share your opinion. Regards,
  8. Hello @André, This might require further investigation of accounts, please submit a support request form following: https://support.qsrinternational.com/nvivo/s/contactsupport/contact-support-form Regards,
  9. Hi Strange issue: I have one AD user, I cannot add to collaboration server. When trying to add the web-interface, it just states "Adding" and hangs forever. And it is just the one user. Every other user in the domain can be added without any issues. According to IT operations there is nothing that differentiates this user from others - same groups, same OU, no special characters in neither name nor account, not a long name. Is there a logfile or any place that I can see some sort of error message ? Regards André
  10. Hi cgi, the tabs in the Text Search query results only show the results of the search and not necessarily the words that were used in the search. Check out this link (the logic applies to NVivo 12) which explains how text match settings are used in NVivo: http://help-nv11.qsrinternational.com/desktop/deep_concepts/understand_text_match_settings.htm NVivo uses the WordNet lexical database for text-related searches. This link contains more information: http://wordnet.princeton.edu/ ^BM
  11. Hello, Please submit a support request form following: https://support.qsrinternational.com/nvivo/s/contactsupport/contact-support-form Regards,
  12. Hello @Alice T, It is possible to create what you want. Let me explain with an example from the Sample Project. Let's say you would like to see how interview participants' opinions differ based on their age group when discussing reasons for fishing industry decline. 1) Go to Explore and choose Matrix Coding Query. 2) Search in : Selected Folders: Interviews 3) Rows : Case Classifications>Person: Age Group Select All relevant attribute values. 4) Columns: Codes>Economy>Fishing or Aquaculture>Fishing industry decline Select all relevant child codes.
  13. I have a list of all my references and I want to be able to see all the nodes that are related to each reference and export that information. One can see the "coding density" visually, but is there a way to list out all the nodes in a text format with the reference? Ideally I'd like to export this to excel. example: reference text "blah blah blah" coded to "nodes/test, nodes/intro, nodes/blah"
  14. Hi guys, apologies if this is a basic question! In the codebook I've generated, I really want to compare the distribution of coding between the child nodes of a parent node, but looking at how this compares for three different attribute values. The child nodes are mutually exclusive categories, so I want to see how "popular" each child node is for the different attribute values of a particular attribute (e.g. to see whether participants from different ethnic groups were more likely to hold particular views). Does anyone know if this is possible? Any help would be much appreciated!
  15. did this resolve for people? if so how?
  16. Hi Luc, check if there are resources here that may help: https://www.qsrinternational.com/nvivo-qualitative-data-analysis-software/resources/ There are also NVivo certified trainers that you may check with and see if they can help (they may charge for their services): https://www.qsrinternational.com/nvivo-qualitative-data-analysis-software/support-services/customer-hub/find-a-certified-trainer ^BM
  18. Hello @ProfessorD, Yes, in dataset view you will only have summary view and reference view options to print. However, what you would like to do is still possible with a workaround. Let's say you opened "Fear" code. Select dataset view then right click and choose select all. Now, you will be able to copy and paste that information into a blank excel workbook which will let you print. For your second question, unfortunately it is not possible to separate out reference or summary view by question after you opened an item. However, since your questions are also coded, all
  19. I am working on a dataset with 6 different columns (each an open-ended survey question). We are coding the responses by theme (node), such that a particular node can be applied to any of the columns. Each response is also coded with a corresponding question node. In other words, all responses to Q1 are coded with the node "Q1." We now want to look at a compilation of all responses coded at each thematic node AND have this compilation be separated by question. For instance, if the thematic node is "Fear," we want a list of all responses coded with the "Fear" node, but separated out by question.
  20. Hello @Kristen, Please submit a support request form following: https://support.qsrinternational.com/nvivo/s/contactsupport/contact-support-form Regards,
  21. Hello @Frustrated_Researcher, I am sorry to hear that you are experiencing issues with "drag and drop" coding. This might require further investigation, please submit a support request form following: https://support.qsrinternational.com/nvivo/s/contactsupport/contact-support-form Regards,
  22. Hi all, I want to start working with Nvivo to complement a colleague's work who approaches the data of our differently. We had a study with 4 participants, who completed - during three months - a diary on a weekly basis. -> 12 times/participants The diary had 6 open questions. Could someone recommend me how to organise my data? For example, should I make a text file per participant per question per date? (sorry if this is a basic question, I'm a newbie...) Or rather put all response to 1 question in 1 file ? Or... ? I was also wondering: We also
  23. FOUND THE SOLUTION. I added the "FOLDER LOCATION" option (and choose "code") in the STEP 3 of the Formated Report Wizard.
  24. Hi, So, is there a way to create a report as described in 2015 by this person without using "nicknames" for dozens of codes? This is the most basic way to use reports for Thematic analysis all around Qualitative analysis projects and it's a very basic feature with other softwares. This is the first time I use Nvivo for a big project and I am very surprised to waste a lot of time on the layout of a simple report. We use hierarchical Codebooks with Main Codes and Sub-(sub)-(sub)codes logically linked to each others. The A-Z order is anything but logical for that kind of work. We have
  25. I'm trying to import an NVivo 12 Windows project into a Nvivo 12 Windows server project. When I click on the import tab, the project button is greyed out so that I can't select it. Any help would be much appreciated. Kristen
  26. Thank you Heather! That is very helpful. Agnes
  27. Please someone tell me there is a solution to my problems! Problem one, after highlighting text, when I attempt to drag said text to a code, half the time the highlight disappears. I have tried different timing sequences such as waiting 1,3,5,10 seconds etc, but it seems almost down to random chance if the highlight will hold. Then comes the second issue, whether you can drag it to your desired code. You have to hold it long enough, but who knows what that length of time is, as that length of time randomly changes. As of yet, I have found no consistent way to both highlight and drag the te
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