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Multiple Case studies
chiara done posted a topic in NVivo for MacHi! I am struggling in setting up my Nvivo project. I use multiple case studies methods (sample of 20), and I am comparing different reports (CEO, Chairman) from the same text. I would like to compare my data. I assume with an example it wil be easier ORGANISATIONS 1 coding CEO report + coding chairman report + coding board skills ORGANISATIONS 2 coding CEO report + coding chairman report + coding board skills ORGANISATIONS 3 coding CEO report + coding chairman report + coding board skills I would like to: both 1 analyse each organisational independently to identify which strategy they follow 2 compare them (which codes occur in the ceo reports of different organisations) I assume each organisation is a CASE, but what shall I do with different report? is each ceo reports a node? thanks a lot for your help
Working on Nvivo 12 plus with scanned documents
Louise_M posted a topic in NVivo for WindowsHiya, Please help. I am wondering if Nvivo has updates. I work with newspaper data, documents were scanned and saved. Working with scans on Nvivo was blurry in terms of neatly coding without overlapping, so I figured I might as well convert the pdfs to word documents. PDF>Word = worked well even though there's a lot of white space in terms of format. The next step was to use these converted documents and import them into word and work on them using Nvivo. The format within NVivo has since been ruined with endless pages of single letter rows, the pictures are split on one page and continue in a spread. I'm now a bit stuck on the qualitative aspect of the data coding. See, for attribute coding one can code the documents in PDF in the case but when it comes to qualitative analysis? I can upload files privately, sensitive topic for purposes of advice. Kindly, guide on what to do? Including other ways to do all this. Appreciate the help. L
Hi. Thanks for taking a look at my post first : ) Still the new users of NVivo 10 for Windows here with millions of questions. Recently I was asked to import and code different types of data in one project (Interview transcripts, answers to open ended questions in surveys, students' essays, webpages, etc.). I am not sure whether this is the correct or appropriate way to do coding. 1. Are there anything I need to be careful with when coding different types of data in the same project? Also, 2. should there be a limitation for the number of nodes? I already have around 50 nodes after a first round coding focused on only one topic. When looking for a certain node, it was very time consuming. In other words, should I use NVivo for very specific/detailed analysis? Looking forward to your experience sharing and reply. Thank you.