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  1. Hello QS, You may find below information useful. http://help-nv11.qsrinternational.com/desktop/procedures/recover_projects.htm Hope this helps,
  2. Hello Conwaypd, I could not have a chance to look at your project. However, the issue that you have mentioned is expected in projects where coders have saved query results since saved queries are also counted as codes. Therefore, please go to Search>query results folder, then delete all items. Hope this helps, With regards,
  3. Hello Lauren, If I understand you correctly what you try to achieve is to have "scores" that represents some sort of scaling instead of actual numeric scores. If you all you need to do is to create additional nodes (codes) for your scores and code your data accordingly. For example: 1) Somewhat Negative 2) Moderately Negative 3) Very Negative ----------- 1) Somewhat Positive 2) Moderately Positive 3) Very Positive ----------- Hope this helps,
  4. Hello Sergio, After importing a dataset (excel) file into Nvivo, you can not edit its content. With regards,
  5. Hello ASD, You can utilize "sets" and "matrix coding query" to see relevant frequencies. Let's assume you have 10 participants and 2,3,8, 10 are those who have high scores and the rest have lower scores. You will create a "high scores" set via selecting 2,3,8, and 10 and a "low scores" set with 1,4,5,6,7, and 9. After completing the coding for your research data, you should have a "colorful" code (and also other code you would like to see). Then you can create a matrix coding query via putting your sets on columns and your codes on rows. You will see coding references i.e frequency for codes you desire as a matrix table which you can export as an excel file. Hope this helps,
  6. Hello again Georgios, I have created a sample Nvivo project file using random data and coding based on your structure. You can check query results for getting an idea about matrix coding query output. Please note that you can export these tables as excel files. Hope this helps, I had to put in WeTransfer due to upload restriction. https://we.tl/t-qqHf7XAH65
  7. Hello Georgios, Nvivo absolutely can do what you would like to do with your research. As a first step, you can import all your research data and create a case for each interview. Next, I can see that you already have your themes, categories, and sub-categories. Therefore, you can create you node (code) structure in your Nvivo project using these. To give an example: Theme: Input Category: Financial resources Sub-Categories: Funds for athletes, Funds for coach education , etc. After completing your coding, you can utilize matrix coding query so that you can reach a matrix table that will be able to display your coding references for each node (in your case your textual elements) and coded cases (number of interviews) in both absolute and relative numbers. Hope this helps and please feel free to reach if you need further information. With kind regards,
  8. Hello Georgiois, Please find your project file attached. Due to upload restriction I have uploaded to WeTransfer https://we.tl/t-sjJA43USV5 Hope this helps,
  9. Hello Antonio, If I understand you correctly, you have a project with three files that were annotated by two different researchers as standalone project files and you want to merge them. However, after merge you would like to see that each of these three files shows annotations from both researches. If so, all you need to do is to open one of the project files and import the other one with below settings. You will see that there will be only one version of each file and you will get all annotations merged into that file. Hope this helps and please do not hesitate to reach me if you need further clarification. With regards,
  10. Hello kmariem1, Which versions are we talking about ? If you mean the most recent version of Nvivo for Mac while saying "new one", then the licensing procedure is totally different from older versions, it is not over application but through your Nvivo Portal account. On the other hand, your saved project would not be affected from Nvivo's licensing process. However, you might need to covert in order to be able use them in new version. Hope this helps,
  11. Hello again SNak, Nvivo has the capacity of working with external data sources. However, it does not work as you described. Below link will be helpful for your to understand how it works. http://help-nv11mac.qsrinternational.com/desktop/procedures/create_externals_for_sources_you_cannot_import.htm The current version of Nvivo for Mac does NOT have the feature of creating reports to export "content" as NVivo for Windows does. Therefore, currently you can only export coded content for each code in text formats like word, txt when you view them in reference view. Nvivo for Mac allows you to export your matrix coding query and cross tab query results in excel format. Thus, you can use them in both Excel and Tableau. Hope these helps, With kind regards, PS: I intentionally provided help documentation link for Nvivo 11 for Mac because somehow I find them more informative than the current version's and the content is still valid.
  12. Hello Tommy and Helen, Please note that data capture capacity on Capture extension is limited with Twitter's (or any other social media source's) data policy. Below you may find the details: The amount of data captured as a dataset by NCapture is determined by Twitter; this is because NCapture relies on Twitter's API (web connection to Twitter) to collect the data. Twitter’s API generally only provides Tweets from last 7 days. Depending upon how much data Twitter provides to NCapture, you may also sometimes see Tweets more than 7 days old getting captured. Please note older Tweets may not be captured, even if they are visible in your timeline due to Twitter API limitation. Hope this helps, With kind regards,
  13. Hello Snak, Could you please elaborate more on your question. - In which format you would need your coded content to be exported? - Which visualization tools are you planning to use? - What do you mean by "be updated real time"? (Please note that exporting is no different that exporting a picture from a Word file with "Save as picture" feature. Exported picture has no live connection with your original Word file. Thus if you make changes on the picture in your word file it will NOT affect the picture you imported before. Same rule applies to Nvivo.) With kind regards,
  14. Hello Philip, Annotating picture formatted PDFs is not support in Nvivo for Mac. Hope this helps, With kind regards,
  15. Hello Rosa MV, Nvivo for Mac help indicates that you can annotate documents, Pdfs, memos and externals. Thus you can not annotate JPEG data. However, you should be able to annotate a readable text format PDF after selecting the content and pressing Command+Shift+A. Hope this helps, With kind regards,
  16. Hello Arianne Reis, You can only auto-code structured datasets or text files by speaker in Nvivo for Mac. Hope this helps, With kind regards,
  17. Hello Sahana, What you see when you use coding indicators depends on your coding strategy and your coding density. However, I suggest you to use coding stripes when you would like to see what you have already coded in a specific data. Below you can see a screenshot from Sample Project. I utilized selected items function of coding stripes to see how much of coding did coders do with sub-codes of "Fishing industry decline". If you need to see the exact coded text for (let's say) "Due to tourism and development", click the colored stripe for this code and coded text will be highlighted for you. Hope this helps, With kind regards,
  18. Hello everyone, The export function in Nvivo for Mac is built to "project transfer between participating qualitative data analysis (QDA) programs", not to share project files with colleagues who uses Nvivo. For details you may want to look below link : https://help-nv.qsrinternational.com/12/mac/v12.1.90-d3ea61/Content/projects-teamwork/refi-qda standard.htm However, if you would like to share a project with your colleagues and they will use Nvivo for Mac, then all you need to do is to save (not export) your project, which will be in nvpx format. Hope this helps, With kind regards,
  19. Hello Mike57, 1) You may want to check below link about how to change application preferences on Nvivo for Mac: http://help-nv11mac.qsrinternational.com/desktop/procedures/set_application_options.htm You need to open Nvivo preferences then click Language tab and change the language. 2) In order to download the most up to date version of Nvivo's older versions you need to create an account on My Nvivo Portal. After you sign-in click Download Nvivo and choose download older versions. Hope these help, With kind regards,
  20. Hello Fedenava, It is possible to locate what you would like to see. You need to run a coding query with below setting : Please make sure you have selected correct "Search in" criteria. Once results are produced, click on the summary tab on the left and then click on number "2" that you will see. It will open the text and highlight the text portions that are coded with language but not with location. Hope this helps, With regards,
  21. Hello Petera, There is no auto-save feature in Nvivo for Mac. You might want to submit a feedback regarding this following below link. https://nvivo.canny.io
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    Hello Sablhotel, Actually looking for a node or question is not different at all. Let's say you imported a survey data with 10 questions and 250 participants which is coded by two or more researchers. All you need to do is while importing (you can do it later but this way is much easier) code each question with a node. Later, if you would like to compare coding on Question 2 just run a coding comparison query selecting desired users and nodes. You may want to look at detailed description at below link. Please note that it is belong to Nvivo 11 but mechanics of the query are still same. http://help-nv11.qsrinternational.com/desktop/procedures/run_a_coding_comparison_query.htm Hope this helps,
  23. Hello Patric, I am not sure what would developers can do to fix this issue However, as a veteran Zotero user, I can suggest a solution for a streamlined research process. Here is what I have been doing since Nvivo's Zotero integration: Once you begin collecting articles for your literature review do NOT annotate them within Zotero. This way will help you saving a significant amount of time, since you would not need to annotate and then code your data. All you need to do is importing a satisfactory amount of articles into Zotero and export them. While importing references into Nvivo, it is important to select name by author and year so that you can utilize framework matrices for your literature review. Start reading and coding your articles, once you finished coding you can create a framework matrix to display what scholars said about a certain topic (i.e. node). What you see on a framework matrix makes your literature review writing really simple. Please feel free to reach if you need further assistance about this strategy. Hope this helps,
  24. Hello Jeniffer, In Nvivo you can only create a chart for a single node. However, if you would like to see reference frequencies for multiple nodes in your project, you can use matrix coding query which allows you to create both a matrix and a chart. Using Nvivo sample project, let's say you would like to see all nodes under fishing industry decline in interviews considering all 14 interviews as a single data type. To do this, create a node or set that includes all interview data. Then, create a matrix coding query as below: Running this will produce below matrix which you can export as an excel file so that you can create your own bar chart: You will also have an option to create a chart as below (please note that you can NOT display data values with 3rd charts): Hope this helps,
  25. Hello Francisco, The way Nvivo was developed considers that each case should have a single file ( like a transcription of an interview). Therefore, what you had to do is an expected behavior. In order to prevent future copy-paste actions, I would suggest you to keep a single file for each of your cases. However, if your analysis has an aspect of time, like observing a change in opinion of same participant in time, then you would need a different strategy. I would suggest you to look at post below. I hope it will provide you some insight about research with cases that have multiple files.
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