Nvivo provides you multiple tools to allow you deep dive while analyzing your research data.
In this video I try to show how to the utilize compound query tool to refine your text search queries.
Let's say you created a word frequency query for the code Attitude>Negative and realized that participants used words like dying, bad, kill, destroy, fading, and decrease.
However you might want answer questions like:
Where female participants are talking negatively about natural environment related topics, do they use these words or not?
The compound query tool allows you to add demographic data level filtration (Gender:Female) for a text search query.
If your query has returned interesting content, you may want to save it so you can explore it further. You can save it to a code, static set, or in the Query Results folder.
Please note that you can choose how you want to store the results before you run the query—by setting your preferences on the Query Options tab in the Compound Query dialog box.
I hope this will be helpful.