qualitative data analysis

NVivo 12

Learn about NVivo 12!

Dec
11

Discover New Social Media Research Capabilities with NVivo

Do you need to capture and analyze social media content? Discover how NVivo’s NCapture tool can import and analyze social media content from Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and YouTube.

Participants will be provided with an overview of how NCapture and NVivo make it possible to use Social Media data in your NVivo project, including:

Location

Online
Dec
04

The NVivo Teacher's Guide

The NVivo Teacher's Guide has been designed to make it easier for teaching staff to incorporate NVivo into higher education coursework, and flexible enough to fit various teaching styles, approaches and disciplines. Delivered modularly, you can choose to work with the resources that best suit your course. And, each module is accompanied by a ready-to-go NVivo project, enabling practical learning.

 This session includes a/an:

Location

Online
Dec
18

Visualization

 If a picture is worth a thousand words, imagine how visualizing your data could enrich your research experience, creating yet another perspective from which to view your data.

 Participants will learn how to explore our query, chart and modeling capabilities so you can:

Location

Online
Sep
09

Analyzing large volumes of text? Pattern based auto coding is a feature designed to speed up the coding process for large volumes of textual data. It allows you to do approximate “broad-brush” coding of large volumes of text quickly which you can then review and refine.

For example if you have 100 interviews you may manually code the first 10 then have NVivo auto code the remaining interviews based on the patterns found in your initial coding.

Location

Online
Aug
26

If a picture is worth a thousand words, imagine how visualizing your data could enrich your research experience, creating yet another perspective from which to view your data.

Participants will learn how to explore our query, chart and modeling capabilities so you can:

  • discover visuals created from queries
  • create models to visualize your study or explore project items
  • generate charts involving nodes, sources, or attributes
  • utilize cluster analysis to explore word and coding similarity

Location

Online
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