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  1. Hello @Nicolas, Projects from newer major versions of NVivo cannot be opened in older major versions. For further information please refer here. Regards,
  2. Hello again @Galina, This might require further investigation of your project file. Please submit a support request form following: https://support.qsrinternational.com/nvivo/s/contactsupport/contact-support-form Regards,
  3. Hello everyone, Matrix Coding Query in Nvivo allows you to see coding intersections between two lists of items in your project. It is also possible to save your query results as a coding matrix to keep a record of the coding in your project at a particular point in time and review your coding. Let's say you created a Matrix Coding Query to see the attitudes towards commercial fishing by community. If you would like to further analyze positive attitudes of a community or multiple communities, you can save your query results as a coding matrix then save it as a coding structure. T
  4. Hello everyone, I would like to share an article from Pahayahay & Khalili-Mahani published in Journal of Medical Internet Research. Title: What Media Helps, What Media Hurts: A Mixed Methods Survey Study of Coping with COVID-19 Using the Media Repertoire Framework and the Appraisal Theory of Stress DOI:https://doi.org/10.2196/20186 This article examined whether an increase in screen use is a source of or a relief for stress remains to be seen. Please feel free to share your opinion. Regards,
  5. Hello @Elena Beze, After installing Nvivo, you should have access to your files and folders unless you are using a 3rd party security software that enables sort of restriction. I would suggest re-starting your PC and re-installing Nvivo. If the issue persists, please submit a support request form following: https://support.qsrinternational.com/nvivo/s/contactsupport/contact-support-form Regards,
  6. Hello @Galina, Based on the second visual in the attached file, the circled view is NOT a node view but a cell view of corresponding nodes. Therefore, it does not necessarily mean that you are really seeing the correct coding for the code "Graduate Technical". Moreover, I would suggest double checking your scope item for the text search query. In addition to that you can check your coding directly from the code "Graduate Technical". 1) Select the code "Graduate Technical" 2) Double-Click 3) In the Code View click PDF tab If you can see the file "0002 Addison.
  7. Hello @Georgia, When you would like to create a chart for coding, it will only provide case attributes by design. However, publication year is a file classification. In order to create a chart that shows codes and publication year of the corresponding file, you can use matrix coding query. Once you get matrix coding query results, just switch to chart tab. For further information please refer here. Regards,
  8. Hello @RLP, Please submit a support request form following: https://support.qsrinternational.com/nvivo/s/contactsupport/contact-support-form Regards,
  9. Hello @Caroline123, If your mistakes are only related to your demographic data, you do not need to make changes on your original survey data file. Just create a new excel file for your demographic data and import it as a case classification sheet. For further information please refer here. Regards,
  10. Hello @CatBrandao, Although, it is hard to provide correct guidance without knowing your data and coding structure. I just want to be sure that you followed steps to see the number of cases. Assuming that you already assigned your cases to a case classification, once you get your matrix coding results, please follow below steps: 1) Right-click 2) Choose Cell Content>Cases Coded>Assigned Case Classification You should see the number of cases for each corresponding matrix cell. Hope this helps, Regards,
  11. Hello @logan, Please submit a support request form following: https://support.qsrinternational.com/nvivo/s/contactsupport/contact-support-form Regards,
  12. Hello @helloworld, If you saved your project file while working with the trial version, you can open that file once you installed the licensed version. Hope this helps, Regards,
  13. Hello @Abhilash, Word Cloud displays up to 100 words in varying font sizes, where frequently occurring words are in larger fonts. Therefore, it shows what is in your scope item. By design, this feature does not have an option to perform a lexical filter for common and un-common words. Please submit a feature request from here: https://nvivo.canny.io/ Regards,
  14. Hello again @GEP, If you would like to see demographic info while looking to your coded references, you can use matrix coding query feature. To explain this I will use Nvivo Sample Project. Let's say you would like to see age group distribution of coded text for all the sub codes of "Fishing Industry Decline" 1) Open Matrix Coding Query 2) Select your scope item(s)- (in this scenario it will be all interview files) 3) Put all sub-codes of "Fishing Industry Decline" into rows 4) Put all age group attributes into columns 5) Save your query as new coding m
  15. Hello @GEP, It is possible what you would like to achieve. If your files represents your cases. You can create cases from those files. Please follow below steps. 1) Select all of your files 2) Right-click 3) Choose Create As>Cases Then you can create a case classification and add attributes. Once you completed this process, just assign the case classification to your cases. Then, assign desired attribute values using case classification sheet. For further detail please refer here. Hope this helps, Regards,
  16. Hello @Rose Q, This might require further investigation of your project file. Please submit a support request form following: https://support.qsrinternational.com/nvivo/s/contactsupport/contact-support-form Regards,
  17. Hello @othello, To understand how Nvivo license works please refer here. Regards,
  18. Hello everyone, Nvivo allows you to combine two Text Searches, Coding Queries and a Text Search and a Coding Query with various proximity filters. For further details please refer here. Regards,
  19. Hello everyone, I would like to share an article from McGinn, McColgan, Taylor published in TRAUMA, VIOLENCE, & ABUSE. Title:Male IPV Perpetrator’s Perspectives on Intervention and Change: A Systematic Synthesis of Qualitative Studies DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177%2F1524838017742167 This article aims to understand the change process by analyzing perpetrator's perspectives on intervention. Please feel free to share your opinion. Regards,
  20. Hello @Marleen Evers, The easiest way for your request is to copy your project. Please refer here. Regards,
  21. Hello @Katelyn, It is possible to manually share projects and work with your team members. For further details please refer here. Regards,
  22. Hello @Fi R, Could you please create a test project and import some random files of yours then try to link memo. Please submit a support request form following: https://support.qsrinternational.com/nvivo/s/contactsupport/contact-support-form Please do not forget to add result of suggested troubleshooting. Regards,
  23. Hello @Dcann, This might require further investigation of your project. Please submit a support request form following: https://support.qsrinternational.com/nvivo/s/contactsupport/contact-support-form Regards,
  24. Hello @Reham Abdelhalim, It is possible to export audio, transcript or both. For further information please refer here. Regards,
  25. Hello @usujen, This might require further investigation of your project file. Please submit a support request form following: https://support.qsrinternational.com/nvivo/s/contactsupport/contact-support-form Regards,
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