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About benmeehan

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    Ireland
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    Training and consultancy in computer aided methodologies for qualitative research covering the Republic of Ireland and Europe
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    QDATRAINING Ltd
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    CEO and Founder

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  1. Hi, I'm very unclear from the the way the question is framed, as to what specifically you are trying to do I'm afraid. I would need a lot more information to be able to respond properly. I don't know for example: Whether you are using NVivo for Windows or MAC? What version of NVivo you are using? How you set up your project although I'm guessing you imported a questionnaire form Excel? I'm afraid I have no ide what "what codes still remain depending on what respondents stated" means. Sometimes, people refer to passages of text as 'codes' and sometimes they mean actual
  2. Just in support of Walter's thread, up to now, the only way to report on annotations was to run a text search that pulled all annotations, or annotations with certain characters into a node which effectively gave you a report of all requisite annotations and their related content. This function is now gone! Nor is there a facility to create an NVivo report using the annotations field which renders annotations as ineffective unless you want to view them one by one in collections or view by coding all your sources to a single node and use the find button to see them one-by-one. We recently
  3. Hi Marie-Hélène, Ben Meehan here in Ireland (nice gig in Cork recently - well done). My solution is to obviate NVivo when working with PDFs because to date it simply does not work well despite the recent visual improvements in 9.1. Although the PDF looks okay because it appears to retain its formatting, it is only an aesthetic improvement because it still codes as raw text and can’t, for example, code images at all. Thus your problem with tables or columns! Nvivo does not work right with PDFs and for this reason and you will not be thanked by trainees for recommending it for their lit revi
  4. Hi Marie-Hélène, Ben Meehan here in Ireland (nice gig in Cork recently - well done). My solution is to obviate NVivo when working with PDFs because to date it simply does not work well despite the recent visual improvements in 9.1. Although the PDF looks okay because it appears to retain its formatting, it is only an aesthetic improvement because it still codes as raw text and can’t, for example, code images at all. Thus your problem with tables or columns! Nvivo does not work right with PDFs and for this reason and you will not be thanked by trainees for recommending it for their lit revi
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