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  1. As far as I understand, an NVivo project with coded resources is stored internally as some form of SQL database. NVivo only offers the option to export summaries of the coding to .xls* formats. Exporting a node, for example will only provide a summary of the number of resources coded, etc. I would like to export the whole of my resources coding into a database file. That is, I would like the export to a single database file that contains all the resources and nodes in a relational format. A SQL database, for example. How can I do this? Thanks, Diego
  2. Hi everyone, I'm working on my master thesis in communication management. I made a content analysis of 948 Facebook posts, as pictures (each post in an own .pdf file), from 12 different Facebook users. Now here is my problem: I try to create a report "Coding summary by source report" to output all posts with the assigned codes/nodes as .html. After initiating the creation of the report, my PC starts to process until Nvivo10.exe & sqlservr.exe use nearly 2GB of memory. In this moment the creation of the report crashes (see the attached pictures). NVivo tells me to "reduce the complexity of the report". I already tried to output only one single source with its assigned codes but it gave me the same error. Is this a problem of memory? I already reconfigured the Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 x64 to give access to more than 2GB Ram, but it didn't change anything. My system: Intel Core 2 Quad Q9450 Processor 8GB DDR3-RAM XFXForce 790i Ultra Motherboard Nvidia Geforce GTX 570 2TB Hard Disk Drives I'm running NVivo 10 x64 (local, not connected to a server) and Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 x64. Could you please help me? I really appreciate your help. Kind regards, Huppys
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