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  1. Hello everyone, Many users take notes in reference management tools. If you would like to code your notes, you can set Nvivo to import abstracts, keywords and notes into linked memos while importing your bibliographical data. However, please keep in mind that If the existing files have linked memos and you choose to replace memo contents with abstract, keywords and notes, you will lose existing content in the memos. For further details please refer below: https://help-nv.qsrinternational.com/20/win/Content/files/reference-management.htm https://help-nv.qsrinternational.com/20/mac/Content/files/reference-management.htm Regards,
  2. Hello everyone, After completing your literature review in Nvivo you might want to export your bibliography to a reference management software such as Citavi, Zotero, Endnote, Mendeley. To do this please follow below steps: Select one or more file classifications or data files in the List View. In the Share tab Export menu, click Export Bibliography, then choose a reference management tool to export to. You can also change the name or location of the exported file as an option. Click Save. Regards,
  3. Hello everyone, In Nvivo you can export your bibliographic data from your reference management software, then import into Nvivo. Windows Export: Windows Import: Mac Export: Mac Import: Regards,
  4. Here's a comprehensive video training playlist on YouTube regarding Citavi's Knowledge Organizer: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLNckzyhPaEv-2cuf7dgWeBD7yFUlCGKxc Alternatively, just click on the URL linked to each skill # below: Section A Introducing Citavi's Knowledge Organizer Section B Skill #1 [Creating Categories] Skill #2 [Organizing References by Categories] Skill #3 [Annotating pdf documents] Skill #4 [Direct Quotations] Skill #5 [Indirect Quotation] Skill #6 [Image Quotation] Skill #7 [Quotation from web-pages] Section C Skill #1 [Compilation of quotations] Skill #2 [Sorting Quotations] Skill #3 [Organizing Quotations] Section D Skill #1 [Assigning project to word document] Skill #2 [Inserting category system and knowledge items] Skill #3 [Saving or Adding new quotation in Citavi while writing] Highly recommended!
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