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  1. I realise that you can do this via the 'print' option - but why not just have it as an export option? To do it via print - it means having a PDF printer installed. Would be much easier just to have as an export option. Also - I would like to be able to do this in a batch option. I don't want to have to go to each source individually - I would prefer to be able to tick an option that says something like 'export all sources with coding stripes' and just have Nvivo automatically save with an auto-generated name (e.g. [name][coding stripes][date])
  2. I am working on a collaborative project with two other coders. I have successfully used the coding comparison query to identify sources and nodes where we are displaying discrepancies in our coding. The next step is to look more closely at these discrepancies in order to improve our reliability. I've taken the following steps to explore our coding agreement within a node: 1. Open a node where we are showing disagreement 2. Select "View Coding Stripes for selected items" 3. Select the nodes of interest 4. Select the users of interest The result is that NVIvo is displaying stripes for some nodes that I did not select, and not displaying stripes for nodes that I did select. Is there a better way to obtain a detailed view of coding by users within a node? Thanks for your help. Best, Stefanie
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