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Chamo    0

Hi everyone, thanks in advance for your answer(s)

 

This is my current challenge,

Lets say I have 3 nodes: node A (50 references), node B (15 references) and node C (10 references). All nodes across several sources. There are overlaps across all three nodes. What I want is a list of references coded under A but there are not coded under B and/or C. I know I can do this by using 'highlight' - this is, opening node A, and highlight node B and C, then all references that are not highlighted are the ones I am looking for. However, I am looking for something (e.g. report/query, etc) I can go back to and keep working on it. Any ideas, thanks

 

Luis

 

 

 

 

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