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  1. Hi In NVivo, when we code, we get the reference numbers (the count of times a particular node was mentioned by the participants/respondents/cases). I used aggregated nodes so whatever I am coding in child nodes are getting summed up at the parent node. So the reference number for a node becomes greater than the actual respondent/participant/case numbers. How can I get a summary about the nodes, number of references and number of respondents/participants/cases attached to the nodes? My project- 1. I am working on a dataset imported into NVivo using the SurveyMoneky option. I got
  2. Dear, I have 100 pdf articles in NVIVO's internal folder. How do I extract the Methodology chapter from each pdf and create a corresponding node? It would be a similar process of extracting the abstract, to then use the Query tools.
  3. Dear, I have 100 pdf articles in NVIVO's internal folder. How do I extract the Methodology chapter from each pdf and create a corresponding node? It would be a similar process of extracting the abstract, to then use the Query tools.
  4. While working with a large dataset of survey comments I have been using the "Copy" and "Merge into selected Node" functions to shrink the number of nodes after auto-coding the comment data. I thought that merging in the references would bring in all unique references, but I see now that I was also duplicating references already in the node (e.g., I had a node with A, B, and C, and a node with B, C, and D. I thought after merging I would have A, B, C, and, D but I actually have A, B, B, C C, and D). Because I have thousands of comments manually uncoding is a problem. I am looking for an efficie
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