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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 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. T
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 an
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