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  1. Version 1.0.0

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    Hello everyone, Matrix Coding Query in Nvivo allows you to see coding intersections between two lists of items in your project. It is also possible to save your query results as a coding matrix to keep a record of the coding in your project at a particular point in time and review your coding. Let's say you created a Matrix Coding Query to see the attitudes of survey participants towards water quality by gender. If you would like to see which words have been used differently by female and male participants, you can save your query results as a coding matrix then save it as a coding structure. Then, you can create a word cloud for such a comparison. In this video I tried to explain this process. I hope this helps you all. Please share your ideas using "write a review" button below. Regards,
  2. Dear Forum, I’m running Release 1 NVivo for Windows under Windows 10. Consider the following scenario. I have a project that has one case (CaseA) and two files (file1 and file2). Both files are 100% coded to the single case. I have 3 codes defined (Code1, Code2 and Code3). Three non-overlapping fragments of text in the files are coded to the three codes. Code 1 and Code 3 are coded to text in file1, and Code 2 is coded to text in file2, such that if I do a basic Matrix Coding Query of codes and cases (rows) against files (columns) I get: A : file1 B : file2 1 : Code1 1 0 2 : Code2 0 1 3 : Code3 1 0 4 : CaseA 2 2 In a similarly structured real project with many dozens of cases, I'm interested in the crosstabulation of particular codes. The essence of this crosstabulation is presented in the following more complex Matrix Coding Query scenario below, using the data as described above. When I crosstab Code1 (rows) against Code 2 and Code 3 (columns), and limit the scope by setting the ‘Selected Items…’ to select just CaseA, and use the ‘Near’ option, and under ‘Options…’ I have selected ‘In Same Scope Item for the ‘Proximity’, I get: A : Code2 B : Code3 1 : Code1 0 1 The intersection of Code1 and Code3 is found for CaseA, but, the intersection of Code1 and Code2 is not found for CaseA. If I swap the row and column criteria for the Matrix Coding Query I get the same result transposed. Having set the ‘Near’ ‘Proximity’ to be ‘In Same Scope Item’, and, having set the ‘Selected Items…’ scope to be just CaseA, I would’ve expected both code intersections to be detected. Is the issue caused by having two files for the case of interest? If so, is there a query or other search that I can do that would identify the intersection of Code1 and Code3 in CaseA, AND, the intersection of Code1 and Code2 in CaseA?
  3. Hello everyone, Matrix Coding Query in Nvivo allows you to see coding intersections between two lists of items in your project. It is also possible to save your query results as a coding matrix to keep a record of the coding in your project at a particular point in time and review your coding. Let's say you created a Matrix Coding Query to see the attitudes towards commercial fishing by community. If you would like to further analyze positive attitudes of a community or multiple communities, you can save your query results as a coding matrix then save it as a coding structure. To do this please follow below steps: 1) Go to "Query Results" 2) Select "Attitudes on commercial fishing by community" 3) Right-Click and choose copy 4) Select Codes in Navigation Pane 5) Paste as a code In such a structure, each code contains references of text coded by both codes. This will allow you to to review and further analyze coding references of positive attitudes from different communities. Hope this helps, Regards,
  4. Hi all, I have a corpus of data coded from two open ended questions from 500 individuals (q1) and (q2) that I have imported into Nvivo and coded in parallel. Each individual answered both questions. I now have thematic codes for either question (3 major codes for each) and I am wanting to do a matrix coding query on the frequency with which participants who are coded at a theme on q1 are coded at another theme on q2. Doing a matrix coding query with the codes does not display this information and I cannot do this manually for each individual. I do have participants coded as cases and would very much appreciate any idea how to get the information that I need out of the query.
  5. Hi, As a beginner I run into some things that are not (like much of NVivo - Chapeau!) entirely intuitive. I have imported a spreadsheet from survey monkey and auto coded all the rows and columns (respondents versus questions). In addition I have created an expanding bunch of nodes that deal with the content of my survey. Some of the questions represent two opposing poles of a statement. Through the use of a matrix coding query I can fairly simply combine all of the coding that relates to the intersection of one particular aspect (as defined by a 'content/topic' node) and a set of say three questions (also defined as nodes). I am interested in examining the word usage of one pole as against the opposite. How do I create from the matrix (one row with three columns) a single new entity that I can subject to a word frequency analysis? I have tried a number of 'intuitive' ways, but can't get it done, yet I feel there must be a simple way (that is probably why I don't see it!) Thanks for looking at this! Kindest regards, Robert
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