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About RobinHamer

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  1. Hi there, I was doing a large project (around 500MB) and it suddenly deleted and vanished. I looked in the NVivo recovery file and found an NVB File with the appropriate time stamp which is the project I was working on. However, when converting the file in NVivo to open it, it says the conversion is not possible. I am also unable to attach this file to this email as the max size is 0.49 MB and the file is 0.52 MB. How do I recover the project if it is even possible? Any help would be greatly appreciated Regards, Robin
  2. Hi Bhupesh, This has worked perfectly, thank you very much. Regards, Robin
  3. Hi there, I am conducting a PhD and am trying to use NVivo 10 for a literature review. I have collected a large number of papers and have them ready to be imported into NVivo for analysis. However, when I try to import the papers (from an XML format) i get an error message saying: the xml file you have selected to import does not conform to the Endnote X2, X3 or X4 schema. In addition, I have tried to export from Mendeley to the ris. file type and import into NVivo, however, the option to import straight from Mendeley does not exist in the 'From Other Sources' drop down menu. Could this be due to having NVivo 10 and not 11? and would it be possible to install a plug in to correct this? Any help or insight into how to correct this problem would be greatly appreciated. The version of NVivo I am running is provided by the University and is: (64 bit) I hope I have explained this clearly. Regards, Robin