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  1. Hello I've narrowed my project down in terms of participants and created a new project to analyze them, I've created participant nodes, classified them all and coded a hundred other nodes related to the images each participant has done (basically followed the steps I did previously). The issue I'm having now is when I try a word frequency it shows nothing, how is this possible? Looking at my earlier project for comparison the only difference I see is that my main source (a survey) in the new projects shows no nodes or references despite there being many nodes and references done already. When I click on one of the participant nodes, then view attribute values all the answers from their survey are there in proper order (age/sex/country etc.), so what's going wrong here? Why are there no nodes and references counted in my source and why doesn't the word frequency search work? Thanks
  2. Good Day, I am having an issue which I'm hopefully someone will be able to help me figure out. I have one source (a Word document) and two coders. Coder A uses a Mac, Coder B a PC. Because of this, the coders used the same source, but coded it separately, each determining their own nodes. When I go and merge one project into the other, I wind up with the source listed twice, the second one with a (2) on the end. I would like to have one source file where I can click and see how each coded the same paragraph. For example, click on a certain paragraph and see Coder A labeled it "approval" where Coder B labeled it "acceptance." Is there a way I can combine the two projects to get the result of one source showing the two coders? Thank you for the help!
  3. Hello, everyone. I am using Nvivo 10 for Windows to code in-depth interview transcripts. I am using a grounded theory approach and am doing something equivalent to line-by-line coding. I currently have over 800 nodes in Nvivo as I'm still in the open-coding phase. I would like to see the codes that I have used in context with the content of the transcripts. Right now, I can enable Coding Stripes, but it is unhelpful with my current amount of nodes - not to mention that its positioning is awkward. If I hover my mouse over the Coding Density line (the line that darkens as coding density increases), the nodes that I have used will appear briefly in a pop-up over the mouse cursor. But I would like this information to appear permanently in a column next to the source content. Is that possible? If not, have others found a better way to see the entirety of the source material with the nodes side-by-side? I am still coding, so I do not want to look at nodes without also seeing the context of the entire transcript. Here is an example of what I'm looking to do. In this example, the nodes are right next to the transcript, and the lines indicate the portion of the transcript to which the codes belong. Unfortunately, this example is from an Nvivo competitor, ATLAS: Thank you for your time and for your help! Lee Kinsey
  4. Good Day, I'm at the coding stage in my analysis which will continue for some time but have started to wonder how can I see all the codes for a particular image that's been assigned multiple codes already? when I click on an image I see on the bottom of the screen " Nodes: 2 References: 3" but I have no way of seeing which nodes & references have been attributed already. Then later when I want to find the images of selected participants how do I do that? For example, I want to see all the images submitted by participants who indicted they are from China in my survey, or all the images of those who answered 'Yes' to question 9. How can I accomplish this? So far I have linked each of the 7 images each participant has submitted to a Node named 'Participants' which lists all their ID #s. I also have all the images grouped together in collections; image 1, image 2 etc. I know I need to set up some sort of Query but am lost as to where to start, any advice or info would be appreciated. Thanks! no participant nodes assigned.docx images source.docx
  5. Hi... I hope someone can help. Our team is looking at our options around importing data from five data collection instruments, many of which may be used with the same respondent. We expect around 750 individual respondents and around 1250 interviews. Our current plan is to input responses to questions into a spreadsheet and then import the spreadsheet. Of course, using a Word-formatted questionnaire could also be imported. We want to be able to link respondents together so that we will know that it is the same respondent replying to separate instruments. Using Nodes for each respondent and coding the source is undesirable since there will be so many respondents. We have also discussed linking through a relationship. We hope there are better ideas. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to set this up? Thanks.
  6. I have used Nvivo to analyse 200 individual stories (i.e. 200 separate files named Story 1, Story 2…up to Story 200) from which I generated a list of codes/nodes relating to service quality (e.g. Story 1 goes “the staff was very helpful”…I would code that bit as ‘helpful staff’). After the content analysis process, c. 1500 pieces of code (i.e. nodes) were generated for the 200 stories. I have been able to export the coding scheme (alongside 'number of sources', 'number of coding references', 'aggregate'...) into Excel where I proceeded to sort the coding items into categories and subcategories. Now, I am reporting the results in tables where I have for instance, a category called “Staff Behaviour” and a sub-category “Helpful – I report that in the whole data set, say. 200 pieces of code / 15% of the total nb of codes were assigned to the “Behaviour” category and, within those 200, 50 / 4% were assigned to the “helpful” subcategory. However, I have not been able to extract into Excel the actual source references (i.e. Story 1, 2 …) associated with each code, and report those results in the tables. For instance, I have 50 “helpful” codes and 30 “friendly” codes that are part of the overall “staff behaviours” category – but I cant see if Story 1 has both an “helpful” and a “friendly” code, in which case it should be counted once only at the level of the category. So I am unable to show the % of stories associated with each category and subcategory. Would you know how to export the actual Story reference into Excel alongside the codes/nodes, and other basic information? I have tried most of the export options and i fear i may have to report this information manually...which is going to be painful since i have 1500 pieces of code which i need to associated with stories/sources! Many many thanks in advance! Fred Ponsignon
  7. I have just realized that when I import a PDF document and code its whole content at a node, number listed under the references/number of references column does not show what it should be. To give an example; lets say I have imported a PDF document which contains 3 pages. Then I code its whole text (OCRed) at a single node. Below how it is listed: Listed view is suggesting that this PDF document contains 4 different references coded at 1 node. However that was not the case. When I inspect the node at document, at the very bottom I realize something strange: After several tries, I have figured it out. Regardless from the coding method, if you code a whole PDF document, shown number of coding references is always "number of pages+1". Although, you have already selected all text, each page is considered as a reference. Has anyone experienced the same issue before? If this is how Nvivo works when it comes to the coding of a whole PDF document. Then, we must certainly avoid from coding a whole document via single-action coding.
  8. Chart tool will be more useful if it let user to select any number of sources as "a source". Therefore, user can easily visulize major themes via "most coded notes" function.
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