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  1. 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 last entry in the transcript and Reference 3 is the second to last.. but it's not in completely reverse order, because if I go to the end of the results for this source, it's just a random transcript entry. Can you help me figure out how to get query results that show transcript entries in the correct time order?
  2. 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 run a coding query I get a whole heap of text. I have run reports to identify sources coded at each individual node. Is there a way I can do something similar to get a list of sources coded at multiple nodes? I hope this makes sense. I feel like i'm speaking another language! Many thanks in advance, Kari
  3. 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? Matrix coding didn't give me any problems. marin
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