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  1. Jennimh

    NVivo 12

    Hi, I have just got the new NVivo 12 and am trying to use the new types of queries. Am I correct in saying that you can only use two attributes for a crosstab query? I have a number of documents which each have 4 attributes. Each attribute has a choice of one,two,or three values. I have then coded some material in each of these documents. What I want to produce is something that looks exactly like my classification sheet, but with an added column which shows how many node / code references there are in a particular document. e.g. Attribute 1 Attribute 2 Attribute 3 Attribute 4 Node 1 number of references Document 1 Value Value Value Value 4 Document 2 Value Value Value Value 7 etc. This could then be filtered according to attributes to quickly see which type of document has the most references to that node. As far as I can see this is not possible. Could you please clarify? I managed to do this in NVivo 11 by doing a coding query and exporting to excel, then exporting the classification sheet to excel and merging them using a VLOOKUP. This wasn't ideal! Thanks Jenni
  2. I have a coding matrix of cases by a few nodes. I want to produce a report of the text coded at the specified nodes for each case. It should look something like this: Case 1 Node 1: Text..text..text … Node 2: Text..text..text … Case 2 Node 1: Text..text..text … Node 2: Text..text..text … Etc. Does anyone know how to do this?
  3. Please see below as I've not yet received a response. Jennimh Casual Member Jennimh Members 0 6 posts Report post Posted July 31 Hi, I have just got the new NVivo 12 and am trying to use the new types of queries. Am I correct in saying that you can only use two attributes for a crosstab query? I have a number of documents which each have 4 attributes. Each attribute has a choice of one,two,or three values. I have then coded some material in each of these documents. What I want to produce is something that looks exactly like my classification sheet, but with an added column which shows how many node / code references there are in a particular document. e.g. Attribute 1 Attribute 2 Attribute 3 Attribute 4 Node 1 number of references Document 1 Value Value Value Value 4 Document 2 Value Value Value Value 7 etc. This could then be filtered according to attributes to quickly see which type of document has the most references to that node. As far as I can see this is not possible. Could you please clarify? I managed to do this in NVivo 11 by doing a coding query and exporting to excel, then exporting the classification sheet to excel and merging them using a VLOOKUP. This wasn't ideal! Thanks Jenni Quote Edit QSRSupport Advanced Member QSRSupport QSR Staff 81 2,309 posts Gender:Not Telling Report post Posted August 3 Hi Jenni, While it won't be possible to create such a result directly in NVivo, Matrix Coding Query can be used to achieve something closer to this. You'll need to add sources as Rows and Attribute Values as Columns to the Matrix Coding Query. Refer to the link below for detailed information on Matrix Coding query: https://help-nv.qsrinternational.com/12/win/v12.1.45-d3ea61/Content/queries/matrix-coding-query.htm I hope this helps. Kind Regards, Bhupesh Like Quote Jennimh Casual Member Jennimh Members 0 6 posts Report post Posted August 6 Hi Bhupesh, Thanks for your reply. I'm unable to see how to add attribute values to a matrix coding query. If i try and drag them across as I drag across the the sources, it has the 'no entry' icon. Is there any other way to add the values as a column? Thanks Jenni Quote Edit Options Jennimh Casual Member Jennimh Members 0 6 posts Report post Posted August 10 Hi, Could you please advise further? Thanks Jenni
  4. Welby

    Matrix Coding

    When doing some matrix coding I note that the Mac version produces the Node Matrix with rows (respondent attributes) and columns (nodes), however it only supplies the raw data. It would be nice to have the percentages in there like the windows version. Cheers.
  5. Hello, I have been maintaining several spreadsheets in Excel because they are capturing qualitative data about ongoing events and my understanding is that I cannot edit a spreadsheet once it has been imported into NVivo. However, I would like to use NVivo for this purpose so that I can start coding the data and linking it to other sources. I note that Framework matrices are editable. Is there any reason why I shouldn't use them for the initial data entry rather than Excel providing they are clearly labeled and separated from the Framework analysis I plan to do across all my data? Thank you, Abby
  6. Hi everyone-- I'm trying to find a way to easily count and see text that I've coded with 3 different codes. In a matrix query I can cross tab 2 sets of codes but I can't find a way to look at 3 sets of codes at the same time. I need to be able to easily count (hopefully not by hand) how many documents have certain combinations of 3 codes and then see the actual text coded. Any ideas?
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