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    Papers: Share your latest draft or published article, presentation or poster by submitting a file and uploading your work. Other NVivo Community Members can review and comment on your research work.

    NVivo Use Cases: Share how you use NVivo with your research by submitting the NVivo in Action template provided. Complete the template and upload your NVivo in Action. This will help other NVivo Community Members learn new and helpful ways of using NVivo.

    NVivo Video Clips: Share how you use NVivo with a short 5 to 10 minute video clip. The video clips can be practical or innovative ways of using NVivo.

NVivo Video Clips

Upload a video showing how you use NVivo with your research to help others learn ways they can use NVivo for their research. Below are some examples for videos, but please share others you find helpful.

  • Organizing project data files
  • Coding in NVivo
  • Classification structures
  • How queries help you analyze your data
  • Visualizations - charts or map

Videos should be under 10 minutes in length.

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  1. How to protect your Nvivo research project

    Hello everyone,
    Knowing how to protect your research project is extremely important in scholarly work.
    In this video, I explained Nvivo's built-in project backup and recovery features as well as my best practices of avoiding data loss, especially when you are using a cloud service as your data backup preference.
    For detailed information of Nvivo's project backup and recovery features please refer here.
    I hope this helps,
    Please share your ideas using "write a review" button below.
    Regards,

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  2. How to (better) format your interview data

    Hello everyone,
    Nvivo allows users to import their interview data in various formats.
    If research data also has demographic information such as age, gender, etc. users will need to create both cases (to represent the participants) and case classifications (to reflect demographic attribute values for each participant). The next step would be creating codes for the interview questions. These actions would require multiple levels of manual coding before starting the thematic coding process.
    In this video I am suggesting a different approach to format interview data before importing them into Nvivo, which will be easier and faster way.
    If you are not going to use Nvivo Transcription feature, instead of transcribing your interviews as Word files, I would suggest to put all demographic data and interview questions into a single Excel file. This way will allow you to 
    1) Have your data imported as an Excel file,
    2) Create your cases
    3) Assign attribute values for each case
    4) Auto-code your interview questions
    with a single import process. 
    I tried to show both approaches for you to be able to compare. I attached a sample excel file for your reference.
    Hope this helps,
    Regards,

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  3. Using AI to code in NVivo (version 2020)

    This video shows the AI tools that NVivo has for automatic coding and how to leverage them to best advantage

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  4. NVivo Transcription with NVivo

    Watch this video to learn how NVivo Transcription can be used with NVivo

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  5. Use Citavi and Nvivo together for your literature review

    Hello everyone,

    Nvivo and Citavi allow you to adopt various strategies for your literature review. 

    In this video, I am describing a way that focuses on facilitating your literature review writing process. Once you collected your relevant resources for your literature review (for the whole literature review section or any sub-section) and complete reading, you create your categories to represent sections and sub-sections of your paper. These sub-sections reflect themes in your literature review process.

    You can export your Citavi project and import it into Nvivo so that you can code your resources with your theme codes (and their sub-codes). Then, you can create a Framework Matrix in which you can see different conceptual approaches in a single column.

    The data presented in such a Framework Matrix will be helpful while you create your Knowledge Items in your Citavi project.

    I hope this helps, 

    Please do share your strategies here,

    Regards,

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  6. How to set up your master project file for multiple coders

    Hello everyone,
    In this video I explained how a master project can be structured if you would like to have other coders in your project could use existing coding structure as a reference to develop their own coding strategy.
    Hope this helps,
    Regards,

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  7. Do I need cases?

    Hello everyone,
    In NVivo, cases are codes that represent the 'units of analysis in your research project. It is not required for all projects to create cases and case classifications. However, if you would like to analyze the variation of opinions for demographic information, such as age and gender, then it is a good idea to create cases and assign attribute values to them.
    In this video, I try to explain the rationale behind why researchers decided to create cases and assign attribute values through case classifications. Then, explained how we use this information to perform queries for answering questions like:

    How do attitudes vary towards commercial fishing based on participants' community?
    Do opinions about economic issues differ based on age and gender?
    I hope this helps, 
    Regards,

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  8. Designing Nvivo Project for a single case study with multiple unit of analysis

    Hello everyone,
    Nvivo allows you to perform data analysis for various qualitative research approaches.
    In case study approach, if a research consists multiple units of analyses, Yin, Robert K. (2018) outlines an embedded case study design. 
    Since each embedded unit has its own different characteristics, many researchers end up creating different Nvivo projects for each of them.
    In this video I tried to explain why it is a good idea to consider creating a single Nvivo project in such a scenario and how to structure it.
    I attached the sample project file for your reference.
    I hope this helps,
    Please share your ideas using "write a review" button bleow.
    Regards,
    Single context embedded design.nvp

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