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Hello everyone, In Nvivo you can use sets to group project items based on your research needs. While static sets lets you collect manually selected item, with dynamic sets you can define a search criteria which is really useful for queries. For further details please refer here. Regards,
3 downloadsHello everyone, Sets feature in Nvivo allows you to collect and group project items based on your needs. In this video I demonstrated examples of using static and dynamic sets in your project. I hope this helps you all. Please share your ideas using "write a review" button below. Regards,
Hi, I wanted to know if there is a way to import documents directly to a set. For example we had new transcripts to be coded that we wanted to add to a large project with documents that had already been coded. We wanted to create a new set to import these new transcripts so that we would know which ones had not yet been coded by separating them into this set.We could not figure out a way to import directly to this set, but only to move to the set after being imported to files. Thanks in advance!
It is easy to view all the documents which belong to a set, but doesn't seem possible to easily see all the sets to which one document belongs (without going through each individual set to see if the document is there and keeping track independently from Nvivo). Is there a way to view this info? I don't always remember what sets I have added particular documents to, nor do I always keep up with adding documents to the sets they should belong to as soon as I add them to the program, and I want to be able to access this information quickly and efficiently so I can make sure everything is in the right place for analysis...