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R. H.

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  1. Hi,

    So, is there a way to create a report as described in 2015 by this person without using "nicknames" for dozens of codes?

    This is the most basic way to use reports for Thematic analysis all around Qualitative analysis projects and it's a very basic feature with other softwares. This is the first time I use Nvivo for a big project and I am very surprised to waste a lot of time on the layout of a simple report.

    We use hierarchical Codebooks with Main Codes and Sub-(sub)-(sub)codes logically linked to each others. The A-Z order is anything but logical for that kind of work.

    We have 6 Main codes and dozens and dozens of sub-(sub)-codes. References are not aggregated in the main codes. A-Z logic is impossible to work with as subcodes are all mixed up.


    Is there a new way (= not the nicknames thing) to do that with Nvivo 1.5 (935) for Windows?

    I tried a lot of things and all I can do is having dozens of separate files or an A-Z order.
    All I wish is a simple way to have this kind of structure in a single file report:

    Main CODE #1
    SUBCODE A
    Coded text
    Coded text
    ...

    SUBCODE B
    Coded text
    Coded text
    ...

    Main CODE #2
    SUBCODE A
    Coded text
    ...


    Thank you in advance,

    R.

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