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  1. Hi, Thought I'd rephrase this a bit... Here’s what I have setup, more or less. Let’s say I’ve got 20 participants of which each has 5 individual sources of data. I’ve setup each of the participants as a ‘Case Node’ and have linked their 5 sources to these ‘case nodes’. I’ve gone in and coded each of the sources of data grounded theory style and have setup a bunch of tree nodes. When you double click on a tree node you get the ‘tree nodes’ in context of the different sources. (You can change the spreading of the codes but it only usually displays the coding you have highlighted)
  2. Hi Sue, Thanks for your help. I'm a little stuck now - perhaps you can help me out again. So I've coded all of the sources for each of the chats and have a bunch to tree codes. I've also coded each source to the relevant cases - this codes the entire source. What I'd really like to do is to see all of the codes in context for each individual case. For example, each case (participant) has a number of sources. When I double click on the case, I get all of the sources with all the codes. I really just want to see the codes and coding context like when you click on a free or tree no
  3. Hello, I've got a study, actually a couple of studies, in which I'd like to look at the data a couple of different ways. It's a online site that has 5 different areas (chat rooms, forums, blogs, etc) that 25 people participated in for 9 months. I am interested in 1. What are they talking about in the overall program? 2. I have 25 participants – they each have unique attributes linked to demographics – how does that affect what they talk about? (I’d like to choose a couple for individual longitudinal case studies for another study) 3. They have data in 5 different areas o
  4. Hello, I've got a study, actually a couple of studies, in which I'd like to look at the data a couple of different ways. It's a online site that has 5 different areas (chat rooms, forums, blogs, etc) that 25 people participated in for 9 months. I am interested in 1. What are they talking about in the overall program? 2. I have 25 participants – they each have unique attributes linked to demographics – how does that affect what they talk about? (I’d like to choose a couple for individual longitudinal case studies for another study) 3. They have data in 5 different areas o
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