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  1. Dear NVivo community, I am using NVivo 12 Plus for Windows. What I want to do is an export to Excel (xls; xlsx) which comprises all references per node. This could look like this is done line by line, i.e. each line contains the name of the node, subnode, and the corresponding reference. What is a smart way to do this? guess this must be easy but I have not figured out how to do it yet. Do I have to use "Data Extracts" to do it? Will it possible to make a selection of nodes? Thank you! Dru
  2. Hi everyone, I have a very basic question that I somehow haven't managed to figure out after hours of scouring the internet. It's my first time coding a focus group with NVIVO. This means that there are multiple (15) participants in the same source document. When I code this document to different theme nodes and I subsequently open one of the theme nodes, the program doesn't show me who said what. Is there a way to tell NVIVO in the source document which fragments were spoken by which participants so that it subsequently shows up in the theme nodes (e.g. reference 1 - participant 5....quote, reference 2 - participant 14.....quote)? I've read about the possibility of making cases, so that when you open a case node, e.g. participant 5, you can see everything that participant 5 said - I get that. But I specifically need to be able to see WHICH participants said WHAT about a theme node, e.g. fishing in the sea. And I need to see all of the answers about this theme node together, so I can compare what people said about it. Can anyone help me out? Thanks!
  3. Is there any easy way to turn off the sources and references columns while coding an interview in NVIVO 11 for Windows? (see attached screenshot) They take up valuable screen space, making it more difficult to see the nodes that I am working with. If there is any easy way to turn these off while coding, it would be really helpful. Thanks for any suggestions.
  4. Hello, I have created a number of classification nodes and linked them to PDF documents. When I link any pdf an unexplained number of references appear next to each one of the nodes. I am the only user of the NVivo project so no one else codes besides me. When I check where these references correspond to, 50% is always linked to the whole body of the pdf document followed by much smaller percentages link to blank entries. Any ideas? Thank you
  5. I have just finished coding a whole lot of data, but I can't seem to see all of it inside my nodes. For example one of my nodes says it has 424 references, but when I open the node it only shows me about 1/4 of these. This is the same whether I look at this node in summary or reference view. When I look at text view I can see all the sources that have been coded against this node as thumbnails. Do I have to open each one of these one by one in order to see the data? That's not very helpful for getting a sense of the whole node. Is there some way I can open the node and see the entire 424 references?
  6. Hello, Sometimes it takes two separate sentences to allow a representation to emerge. I coded them in the same node as different references, but I would like to make a link between them to make Nvivo count them as one when running queries. Is this possible? Should I code them differently? Thank you in advance, Coralie Delhaye
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