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Text search - parts of words

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Hello,

 

When searching for words or expressions in the Text Search query, I used * to get part of the word, for example "ed", but only got "ed" in the beginning of a word, for example "education". What if I want to get "ed" at the end of a word? (for example, "argued"). Is there a way to do that using the Text Search Query in NVivo? (MAC and/or PC?)

 

Thanks,

 

Amir

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Hi Amir,

 

Thank you for contacting NVivo Support.

 

To investigate the issue, can you please provide me with the screenshot of the details you have entered in the query criteria? Once I have the above information, I will be able to assist you further.

 

I look forward to your reply.

 

Regards,

 

Akshay

 

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Hi Akshay,

 

Thanks for your reply. Here is an image of the query. As I mentioned before, I am interested not only in "ed" as it appears in the beginning of a word but also at the end of a word. What NVivo seems to provide through this query is "ed" in the beginning of the word. My question: is there a way to get references with "ed" or some of part of a word in the beginning as well as in the middle or end of a word?

Thanks,

Amir

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Hi Akshay,

 

Any news regarding my question? (I attached a picture with more details in a separate reply ten days ago)

 

Thankd,

 

Amir

On 11/7/2019 at 3:05 PM, QSRSupport said:

 

Hi Amir,

 

Thank you for contacting NVivo Support.

 

To investigate the issue, can you please provide me with the screenshot of the details you have entered in the query criteria? Once I have the above information, I will be able to assist you further.

 

I look forward to your reply.

 

Regards,

 

Akshay

 

 

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