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  1. I use Zotero as my ref manager. I am trying to import a series of PDFs into NVivo for OS X to use for a literature review. No matter what format I use to export my selection of articles from Zotero, I cannot import them into NVivo. Half of the time I can't get the software to accept the bibliographic index file. When it does accept the format and the "import assistant" comes up, I get the error: "Import Error: Unable to parse bibliographic data file." Can't start my work without getting these articles into NVivo. Any ideas? Using version 12.5.0 which is the latest.
  2. I am working on a project where I periodically import PDFs to analyze, and when I do they automatically have a few coded references. I am having a hard time tracking them down and uncoding them. How do I uncode these and how do I prevent this automatic random coding in the future?
  3. I have read through the many prior threads about audio file import problems and the "quicktime" work around. However, this is not working. Here are some details. 1) Audio recorded on a Zoom H2n in .wav format; these files produce a "not a recognized format' error. 2) Used the 'Quicktime' workaround: Opened and saved file as .mov, and then exported audio only as m4a; these files also produced a "not a recognized format' error. 3) I have tried using various OSX software (Logic Pro, Garageband) to export the audio in mp3, wav, and m4a formats; these files also produced a "not a rec
  4. I am using NVIVO 12 plus. previously i have used a version downloaded on my computer and had absolutely no issues exporting from endnote to nvivo. My university now has a web based version (app stream if that means anything to anybody). now when I try to transfer from endnote to Nvivo it wont bring across the PDFs. just puts them in externals. really annoying, I have tried everything i can think of and no luck. even managed to do what i wanted to do on someone elses PC version and then saved the project and tried to open it on my web version but then got the message that it couldnt open becaus
  5. Hello all! I have two NVIVO Projects. I have a document I have coded in one project, and I would like to copy it, along with all its coding into another NVIVO Project. How do I do this? Additional context if needed: I do my literature reviews in NVIVO and code the journal articles for my literature review as I read them. I have multiple NVIVO projects One NVIVO project for each different body of literature I work with, (For example, one NVIVO project for all articles related to Institutional Theory, another project for all papers related to Identity theory, another for all a
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    Hey guys — using NVivo 12 for Mac to code a number of transcripts, and hoping to attach name/location/date to each, to be able to make comparisons over time, etc. Having trouble with File Classification sheets — the existing files never seem to be found, whether the source files (transcripts) are imported before or after the classification sheet. I've imported a CSV with names identical to the file names, but they never merge. I've tried adding to an existing classification with attributes for each column, or creating a new classification — nothing seems to work. How can I use a .c
  7. I have a (.xlsx, or .csv) dataset with about 250 respondents, including demographic info and, in one column, full transcripts. Each transcript is about an hour long, and so the viewing format of 100 entries per page is cumbersome. The hour-plus transcripts are also typically in single paragraphs, and so the code-striping seems to stripe the entire cell in the dataset for every applicable code, instead of just the line or two that are relevant. Would you import every row in the dataset as a separate file? If so, would the recommendation be to import them all as documents (.txt or .
  8. Hi, I am a new user of NVivo 11. I am importing interview audio and time-stamped transcripts and finding that NVivo is not importing .MP3 audio correctly. The problem (example): I have an interview audio file of 1 hour 15 minutes, saved in .WAV format, with a file size of approximately 500MB. In order to reduce overcrowding on my desktop hard-drive, I compressed the file, converting it to .MP3 format. The new file is approximately 100MB, and still shows '1 hour 15 minutes' in the file>properties>audio panel. When I try importing the original .WAV file into NVivo, the wave
  9. Hi, I can't find online anywhere exactly which versions of maxqda projects can be imported into NVivo 12. Could you please advise? Thanks Jenni
  10. Hi, I can import mp4 video files successfully in the 32 bit version of NVivo 12, but not into the 64 bit version. The advice for NVivo 10 was to use the 32 bit version, has there been any update on this for later versions? http://www.qsrinternational.com/nvivo/support-overview/faqs/why-do-i-get-errors-importing-or-playing-particula Is there anything I should be doing to get it work on the 64 bit version? Kind regards Baljit
  11. Hello there! We are a research team working in NVivo4Teams (server project). Our data consists of a range of data types all supposedly compatible with NVivo. However, we are not able to import some of the file formats into the project. Word documents and jpeg photos are imported as they should be. But Nvivo do not recognize excel sheets, MP3 files and quicktime videos. Our data is located on our organization's secure server and we use a remote desktop solution to access and work in NVIVO4teams. I hope someone is able to help! Thanking you in advance.
  12. Hello, Does anyone know how to open or import a MaxQDA 12 file into NVivo 11? I am currently working on a project with a researcher who uses MaxQDA 12. She is supposed to share data with me for further analysis. So she sent me her project file which is a .mx12 file. I could not open it with NVivo11, nor import it in any way into my project file. I asked her if she could save her project into an .mx5 file (or earlier version), but apparently this is not possible. She could export it into a .mex file, but I could not open it either. Does anyone know how she can send her da
  13. Hello, I can't import an MP3 file even if this format should be a recognized format (http://help-nv10mac.qsrinternational.com/desktop/procedures/import_audio_or_video.htm). As stated on this link I tried to open it in Quicktime and exported it. As you can see from the attached screenshot, also this solution did not work for me. Did anyone have the same problem and found a solution?
  14. Hi Team, I have many references with both endnote bibliographic data and associated .pdfs. I have been trying to import both together through the Data/FromOtherSources/Endnote wizard, and I think I am following the instructions/set up correctly from here: http://help-nv11.qsrinternational.com/desktop/procedures/exchange_data_between_nvivo_and_reference_management_tools.htm?rhsearch=endnote&rhsyns=%20#Understand_how_files_associated_with_references_are_handled and here: http://help-nv11.qsrinternational.com/desktop/concepts/about_document_and_pdf_sources.htm. I have also checked the
  15. Hi Team, My second question for today is also about endnote - my bibliographic records are central to the design of my systematic literature review, which means that I need to set up each endnote reference as an individual case node in Nvivo and code/link other items about the same article to that case. This is partly because I need to export multiple versions of my data from Endnote to Nvivo to separate out the abstracts from other 'notes' and to identify individual authors etc. So my question is - where can I find the Endnote record number in Nvivo after import so that I can use it t
  16. Hello, I am in NVivo 11 for Mac, and I'm trying to import audio files, but am getting an "Unable to generate waveform" error (in two different error formats oddly). I have <20 .mp3 files that were all recorded on the same device. When it errors out, Nvivo Helper is open on my dock. My OSX version is El Capitan. Here is what I have tried so far: 1) When I first tried to import into the "Interviews" folder in the Internal Sources folder, I successfully imported a few files and got errors on others. Some of these errors read "Unable to generate waveform", while others read Error: C
  17. I have sources that have the name of a person, say Ahmed Hamza. I have an excel spreadsheet with lots of attribute data about each person, like Ahmed Hamza. I can import the excel spreadsheet as a node classification sheet. 1) When I do this, there is a way NVivo will recognize that each entry in one column, the names, should become nodes? The process here does not specify if the column with item 1,2,... become nodes in NVivo. 2) Assuming that #1 works and now I have a classification sheet where each row is a person coded as a node and also classified as person with his a
  18. Hi there, I am wanting to use NVivo to manage historical document data, much of which I have as jpg files. Also, it is possble to treat pdf documents as picture files, rather than text files? Is it possible to import and code jpg or other picture files in the latest version of Nvivo for Mac? I had thought this would be the case, but I can't see how to do it. Thank you! Rachel
  19. As far as I can tell, there is no capacity in NVIVO for Mac to import and code spreadsheets. This is a major limitation that I would like to see addressed. Much of the data I glean from other sources and the data I organize from my own research is in spreadsheet format, and I would like to be able to select cells, rows, columns, and other sections to code.
  20. To Whom It May Concern, I think that Nvivo 10 could be exactly what I need to help me manage my lit reviews, but it will be exceedingly tedious to import my references from my manager (Zotero) one at a time manually. It would be such an improvement in the usability of the software for Mac to have the import feature that is available in the Windows version. I just thought I would point that out, since I haven't seen anyone else asking for that particular feature on the forum yet. I don't do much qualitative research (certainly none involving interviews and the like), but lit reviews are com
  21. Hi, I have found that when I import Chinese language PDFs into NVivo, all the Chinese characters are removed from imported document. I am also using English language PDFs in the same project and so need to accommodate both scripts. Any suggestions? Cheers, Julian
  22. Having watched this video that explains how to import datasets into Nvivo (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XWBUH-hCAEY), I still can't manage to import my chosen dataset. I have an excel spreadsheet containing a forecast for a product demand in different countries. So my column A is UK, Germany, France, and Denmark, and the headings for Column B, C, D, E, etc are 1990, 1991, 1992, etc until 2020. The content of the spreadsheet is just numbers. Now I want to create a relational database where the demand in Germany in 1993 will return that specific value from the spreadsheet. I imported my
  23. Hello all, i have 2 questions: 1) I have noticed that Nvivo lets me export data with paragraph numbers attached -- how can I display these paragraph numbers in Nvivo itself? 2) I want to import data with line numbers - i did not find any way of wrapping text & assigning line numbers in Nvivo. Also, if I import a document with line numbers from word, these line numbers are not imported. Will I have to import the data as a table with line numbers in the table then? is there a better way? Best, and many thanks, Christian
  24. I imported a classification sheet from an older project into a newer one. The excel file ended up in the external documents folder. Under the Classification tab, I do see the sheet. It's named Case. Next, I imported a source document, which is a transcription of an interview named Della. I autocoded Della for Cases, a node. All worked well; there are two cases, Audrey and Della, and each had 89 references. Problem: When I look at source document and try to see classification, the attributes are all unassigned. Shouldn't this map to Della's attributes? Thanks, Audrey
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