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DrThisGuy

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About DrThisGuy

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  • Location
    Stockton, CA
  • Research Interests
    Stress, leadership development, trauma, SEL, and DEI
  • Organization
    San Joaquin County Office of Education
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    Coordinator
  1. @benmeehan I am using Windows The latest version of Nvivo, as I have an education license. I imported a cleaned up excel file, which was a download from Survey Monkey- I have three identifying questions: time spent working remotely, age, and department. I want to know what is the best way to setup a project so that I can code the most efficiently, then when I am done coding, I can filter my results based on what respondents stated in the identifying questions, such as once I am done coding, how do my respondent codes/themes of department X compare to department Y. I have tried messi
  2. Hello everyone, This question may have already been asked, and I may be asking it in the wrong way, but my question is this: how do I filter my final coded results based on what participants responded with to a different question? Basically, I will code all of the open-ended questions, then I want to be able to see what codes still remain depending on what respondents stated for an identifying question, such as: age, department, role, etc. Is this possible, or do I have to manually enter every response as an identifier before I even start coding? Any thoughts or guidance would be great
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