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  1. I have survey responses where respondents were scored on their identification knowledge, they were then asked a series of open ended questions regarding their opinion on certain features. I am looking to find whether there are any trends between different scores and the specific words used to describe the features, for example do high scores use the word "colourful" more than low scorers. I have imported my data to Nvivo from Excel where each response is arranged in a row with the first column being their score. I have been able to use the word frequency tool to find words I'm interested for a total of all responses however I'm interested in getting a list of whether the word appears in each specific responses preferably arranged in a column that I can then transfer to Excel. I have roughly 600 responses so manually recording which response recorded a certain word is nonviable. Any help or suggestions would be much appreciated!
  2. Hi there, I've been using NVivo for quite a few years but am new to using it for survey data. Sorry if this is a bit of rookie question! I am about to start working with some Qualtrics survey data. I want to start coding the data while the survey is still open. Is it possible to import new rows of data into NVivo as more people complete the survey? In an ideal world, there would be away of avoiding duplicating those I have already imported and simply appending the new rows to the existing data source in NVivo. In an even more ideal world this would automatically code the open ended questions to the same question (column-based) nodes as their predecessors. I'm sure I can do a manual workaround by exporting the data to Excel, removing older rows, and importing to NVivo as a new source (with the potential to then merge nodes)...but I thought I'd check whether there was a more sophisticated way of dealing with this issue before I set my project up in a way that makes neater solutions impossible later! Thanks heaps for any suggestions. Helen
  3. I have imported a survey (in excel format) which consists of open and closed questions. The closed questions have possible responses of 1-5 which relate to likert scale points. The open questions are text responses. I have coded the open questions, and now I would like to explore the coding in relation to responses of the closed questions - e.g., if a number of people responded '1' or '2' to closed question 'x,' what were their responses to the open questions? I hope this makes sense - it is like filtering what open questions I see according to the closed question responses. Is there a way of doing this? Thanks Jenni
  4. I have an open-ended question that I'd like to classify. I'm able to generate nodes that capture the main themes, however, how do I export the survey response and the node that has been assigned. Ideally I would get an Excel spreadsheet with the original response in one column and the node name assigned in the next column. I've been looking all over and can't seem to find a way to do it. Thanks.
  5. I'm using NVivo to code open-response fields of a larger survey with many close-ended questions. My NVivo file only has 1 source imported: 1 Excel file with lots of survey respondents as rows and many columns of quant data in addition to a couple columns containing the open-response question qual text. We inductively coded the qual text to quantify topics that came up. Now my ideal would be to append columns to my original survey data set; 1 column per node, with values of 1 assigned in the column if the participant had text coded to that node and values of 0 assigned if their passage was not assigned to that node. Would it be possible to do this, and then export the data set back out to Excel? My hope is that once the raw survey data + node data is exported, I can put it into stats software to do things like run regressions and check the balance of whether the demographics of people who answered "none" or "n/a" to the open-response question varied from those who gave a true answer etc. Sorry if this was asked already - I didn't see it. Thanks in advance!
  6. Hi, I imported dataset from excel file. However, I found that I cannot code selected content of the dataset source, but only code the entire source. Can I code selected content in dataset source? And how, if I can? Many thanks. joseph
  7. Hello all, I have a question about how to organize my survey questions to import into NVivo 11. Does anyone have tips on how to deal with multiple choice questions that have an option to explain their choice or provide a different option (and is therefore open-ended)? Example question: What fruit do you eat at breakfast? - apples - bananas - oranges - other (please specify): or more complicated: How did you feel when you woke up this morning? - happy - sad - grumpy please explain why: How would you set up the survey for import into NVivo? Do you make the last option in the list a subquestion (and therefore its own column in the survey spreadsheet that will be an open-ended question)? Thank you!
  8. I'm trying to automate adding classifications in my dataset. I have gone through the steps outlined in the below in the 'Classify nodes from values in a dataset' section http://help-nv10.qsrinternational.com/desktop/procedures/classify_nodes_(set_attribute_values_to_record_information).htm? When I go to 'Classify Nodes from Dataset' I get the attached error message, 'Before classifying, you need to add at least one classification to your project'. My dataset does have classifying fields uploaded, and I have autocoded each row for each respondent. What else am I missing? With thanks, Julia
  9. Hi. Thanks for taking a look at my post first : ) Still the new users of NVivo 10 for Windows here with millions of questions. Recently I was asked to import and code different types of data in one project (Interview transcripts, answers to open ended questions in surveys, students' essays, webpages, etc.). I am not sure whether this is the correct or appropriate way to do coding. 1. Are there anything I need to be careful with when coding different types of data in the same project? Also, 2. should there be a limitation for the number of nodes? I already have around 50 nodes after a first round coding focused on only one topic. When looking for a certain node, it was very time consuming. In other words, should I use NVivo for very specific/detailed analysis? Looking forward to your experience sharing and reply. Thank you.
  10. I have some survey data in which one of the questions we asked people about how their projects are funded. I have coded the column of this data by different nodes to represent the different types of funding using text search (over 2000 responses I had to automate it!) - grants, contracts, donations, etc. The responses are open-ended so sometimes they mention the word grant or funding multiple times. An example is: "We received funding from ABC and also were funded by XYZ" If I code for text search fund*, this response generates two references, but it is from one respondent/ case. How can I do the query/ coding so that it only comes up as one reference (for the whole response)? Is there any way to merge them so that it can be seen as just one reference? Hope I'm making sense and would be grateful for some help!! Thanks
  11. Good Day, I seem to have missed a step in the import process of my survey data as I'm unable to produce certain kinds of queries and searches in my project: After revisiting my survey source data, I noticed that when I click on a participant ID# that at the bottom of the screen there are no nodes or references assigned to anyone, so I think this is where one of my problems lies. I'm not sure what to do to fix this issue? I also realized that I had not assigned the classification of "participant" (person) to any of my nodes. Does every node need to be assigned classifications or just certain ones? Another issue (which may be related to first) is when I try text searches for words I know are in my survey source data nothing comes up. I.E. when I want to search for "China", I get zero results, why is that? Any advice or help would be most appreciated! Thanks.
  12. 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
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