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About Elim

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  • Location
    Edmonton
  • Research Interests
    Qualitative research, mixed methods, local governance, transnational migration, program evaluation
  • Organization
    Kings University
  • Job Title
    Program Manager
  1. Does anyone know if you can add data to a pre-existing Nvivo file? I imported my survey data, which was stored in an excel file, into one Nvivo file. The problem is, I accidentally excluded one of the columns in my excel table, and now my data set is incomplete. It is missing all the responses to one question in the survey. Is there a way of just adding that one column to the existing file in Nvivo? Or does anyone have any other suggestions? Thanks!
  2. Thanks. I think we're going to just work with the case classifications we have for now. It's just awkward.
  3. Sorry, to clarify, right now, my multiple choice options on the survey are showing up in Nvivo as individual case classifications themselves rather than as values OF case classifications. Any ideas on how to fix this?
  4. Hello! I am trying to import an excel file with survey responses. Currently the excel spreadsheet is set up so that each choice for a multiple choice question has its own column as in screen shot 3. This results in crazy case classifications so that "Alberta", "Ontario", and "Quebec" are listed as individual case classifications rather than as values within the case classification "Question 1: Do you live in" I want the multiple choice options to be listed as *values* under the case classification rather than as case classifications in and of themselves. Any advice?
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