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    Hello everyone, If your research contains focus group data, you would need to create cases for each participant. In this video I explained how to create cases for each focus group participant using Nvivo's auto-code by speaker feature on a single transcription file. I hope this will be helpful. Regards,
  2. Hello, I am analysing a focus group interview. I have coded per person participating, and also per turn of speech and of course have applied different codes depending on the kind of statements or questions the participants make. I am trying to develop a chronological sequence of codes for each person participating in the focus group. That is, for instance, when person A first suggests ,then questions, then clarifies, I would like to have a way to present how these codes appear chronologically (not the corresponding coded parts of the interview). That is, in this case something in the lines of: A--> suggest (code1), questions (code 2), clarifies (code 3).. and so on. This for each participant in the focus group. I have 6 participants. Could you please help? Is there a way? Many thanks, Thanos
  3. Hi everyone, I have a very basic question that I somehow haven't managed to figure out after hours of scouring the internet. It's my first time coding a focus group with NVIVO. This means that there are multiple (15) participants in the same source document. When I code this document to different theme nodes and I subsequently open one of the theme nodes, the program doesn't show me who said what. Is there a way to tell NVIVO in the source document which fragments were spoken by which participants so that it subsequently shows up in the theme nodes (e.g. reference 1 - participant 5....quote, reference 2 - participant 14.....quote)? I've read about the possibility of making cases, so that when you open a case node, e.g. participant 5, you can see everything that participant 5 said - I get that. But I specifically need to be able to see WHICH participants said WHAT about a theme node, e.g. fishing in the sea. And I need to see all of the answers about this theme node together, so I can compare what people said about it. Can anyone help me out? Thanks!
  4. Hi, I am a new user of NVivo 10 for windows. I want to use Nvivo for qualitative analysis of around 30 interview transcripts. Most of these interviews are focus group/ multi-interviewee interviews with around 10 questions and some of the interviewees attended more than one interview. After the analysis, I may want to retrieve all of the responses from the male(female) or active(less active) interviewees for a certain question. In a transcript with 3 interviewees, how can I differentiate the interviewees in accordance with their identities (e.g., gender, level of activity, etc). Any suggestions? I read about case nodes and autocoding, but the transcripts are not formatted with “headings”. Would it still be possible for me to use “Attributes/values” in classification? If it is possible, can I retrieve the references mentioned above (with identities/attributes)? In short, how should I deal with focus group interview transcripts if I want to differentiate the identities of each interviewees in the same interview transcripts. Looking forward for your advice. Thank you.
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