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Hello. I am trying to add a transcription to an audio file of an interview. When I check the automated transcription online, I see that the timespans are unique for each row (or paragraph) per speaker. But when I import it into my NVivo project, some rows at the end show the exact same time intervals. The problem with this is that if I merge rows with the same timespan, all subsequent rows with the same timespan are deleted automatically. And that is really bad news. Is there any way to avoid this error in the assignment of the timespans? With thanks
29 downloadsHello everyone, Nvivo allows users to import their interview data in various formats. If research data also has demographic information such as age, gender, etc. users will need to create both cases (to represent the participants) and case classifications (to reflect demographic attribute values for each participant). The next step would be creating codes for the interview questions. These actions would require multiple levels of manual coding before starting the thematic coding process. In this video I am suggesting a different approach to format interview data before importing them into Nvivo, which will be easier and faster way. If you are not going to use Nvivo Transcription feature, instead of transcribing your interviews as Word files, I would suggest to put all demographic data and interview questions into a single Excel file. This way will allow you to 1) Have your data imported as an Excel file, 2) Create your cases 3) Assign attribute values for each case 4) Auto-code your interview questions with a single import process. I tried to show both approaches for you to be able to compare. I attached a sample excel file for your reference. Hope this helps, Regards,