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Kia ora! Hello! Overview: I am hoping that the other users on this forum will have some idea on the best way to export an Nvivo project to allow sequential coding. Basically after I code our data, my PI would download the .nvpx file from a shared drive, and open the project on her own mac, and review my coding and add anything I may have missed. Sounds relatively straightforward, but we have had some real issues! Details: We are using Nvivo 12, we are all on Macs, and the data we are currently coding is a combination of text and regional coding of PDF files. The problem: For some reason when I export the project, the areas that are regionally coded look fine. The areas that are text coded are no longer coded, once I export the project. Instead the text areas that were coded are listed in a memo file that Nvivo has generated and attached to the PDF. If anyone understands why it is removing the text coding and putting it into a memo, and retaining the regional coding, we would love to hear it! even better, how to prevent it from doing that when we export the project. Alternatively, if there is a better way to be doing sequential coding on a project, please let us know! I am happy to add any other relevant information that might help answer this question. It has brought us to quite the standstill, analysis-wise. Cheers, Cassie
Hi All: I am getting ready to start a new project with colleagues. We will all be using NVivo 11. I use parallels and run a virtual PC on my Mac. They use Macs. will we be able to share a .nvp file without trouble? Thanks, Audrey
Hello, How do I find total references for a code without double-counting when there are multiple users coding? I tried to follow the advice on the NVivo site of selecting all the codes in reference view but the select all command would not work. I want to be able to say "we coded for this theme X times in the data" and be confident I am not double-counting any coded data. Thanks!
Dear all, I'm a beginner with Nvivo, working on standalone projects in a team fashion. They way I have proceeded so far is that I imported my colleagues project into mine. Everything worked well, excepted that I would need to combine (merge) the coding done by my colleague in her sources (eg. A1) into the coding I've done in same source (eg A2). So the final goal would be to have a 3rd version of a source (A) containing both my colleague's coding and mine. I've been struggling to find a way to do that, which might be quite simple, but haven't find any way through. Could anyone help me on that please? Many thanks in advance, Daphne