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  1. I auto coded for terms vaccin+ (vaccine(s), vaccination(s) etc...). What is really annoying me however, is that when I call up the node to view all instances of these terms, the software presents separate references for multiple instances that are within the same sentence/paragraph/context thus making the summary very long and repetitive. Is there a way to get the program to cluster instances which are close to each other (within the same paragraph perhaps) so that the reference summary isn't so long and repetitive? I've attached an image which hopefully helps to illustrate what I'm getting at. Each of the instances of the term I've underlined in red is highlighted separately - so all that grey context text is repeated another 5 times!
  2. I want to import data from an Excel document and auto code at nodes for each value in a number of columns in the sheet. Before Windows NVivo 11 Pro update 2 there was an Import Dataset Wizard that could do this, but after the update this function is replaced with the Survey Import Wizard. The Survey Import Wizard can’t do “Code at nodes for each value in a column”. This is still available in the Mac version, but Is there a way in the current version of Windows NVivo Pro to do this? The information is here, but doesn't quite seem to cover update 2: http://help-nv11.qsrinternational.com/desktop/procedures/automatic_coding_in_dataset_sources.htm Thanks any help, Ole
  3. johnkingeu

    Auto Code PDF Bookmarks

    Hi Please could you add auto coding from PDF bookmarks? This would be very useful when importing large numbers of PDFs, as the authors will often have added section headers as bookmarks - section headers are often a good way to structure documents. The coding could just be the bookmark itself in the relevant location (no text content) - or possibly an option could be to include the first 50 words following the bookmark in the document. Many thanks