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  1. Is it possible to do a query in NVivo where I can ask the program to pull up all paragraphs across a set of ~300 documents that contain two (or more) coded (and specified) keywords? For example, if I've created a code for the word "women" and coded all instances of the word "women" across all my documents to that code, and done the same for "equality", I then want to find all paragraphs where both the words "women" and "equality" show up. Is there a query to do this -- to say, show me all paragraphs that have the code "women" and the code "equality" in them? I know I can do a coding
  2. Is it possible to do a query in NVivo where I can ask the program to pull up all paragraphs across a set of ~300 documents that contain two (or more) coded (and specified) keywords? For example, if I've created a code for the word "women" and coded all instances of the word "women" across all my documents to that code, and done the same for "equality", I then want to find all paragraphs where both the words "women" and "equality" show up. Is there a query to do this -- to say, show me all paragraphs that have the code "women" and the code "equality" in them? I know I can do a coding
  3. I've transcribed interview data in NVivo and have coded each of the interviews (by right clicking on the source) at case nodes (2 interviews per case). I want to be able to do my coding by looking at all the data for each case, so I run a quick query for a case (by double-clicking on the case node). When the results come up, they are totally out of order, and because they don't show the time stamps themselves, I can't tell which thoughts come immediately after others, which makes it hard to read through and make sense of. See attached screenshot as example. Reference 2 is literally the las
  4. Hi all, I'm fairly new to NVivo and am using it to help me organise articles in a systematic review. I decided to code each source on a number of characteristics (rather than creating classifications- potentially wrong decision but I can change that next time). It would be great if I could now run matrix coding queries to identify the sources that have been coded at multiple nodes. That said, when I coded each source, in many cases the content of each article was automatically coded to the node as well, so for each source coded at a node there are up to 20 references. Therefore, when I
  5. Hi! I have a large dataset of interviews that have been coded. I ran a simple coding query. Selected one node that I was interested in and selected any node where option where one attribute was selected. The results that I got is showing me that the sources have 100% coverage (which is not the case). Instead of seeing results where only relevant parts of the node is presented, I see the whole sources. (see screen captures) I double checked the sources to see if accidently the whole source has got coded to a node but that was not the case. Could anyone tell me what might be the problem?
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