“NVivo 10 / 11 Advanced” is a follow-up presentation from the “Introduction to NVivo 10 and 11” offered the prior month. This training is 1:30-3:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 23, in 401B Hale Library.
This presentation will address:
- questions from the basic introduction of NVivo
- the basics of NVivo 10 / 11 (its interface, ingesting multimedia files, and coding data) (a review from NVivo Basic)
- how to set up qualitative data to be explored and queried
- how to query the collected data in an NVivo project (word frequency counts, text searches, matrix coding queries, matrix queries, proximity text searches, and other forms of text parsing)
- how to create data visualizations (word trees, word clouds, dendrograms, ring lattice graphs, and others) (for analysis and presentations)
- how to conduct four types of auto-coding (by extracted themes and subthemes, by sentiment analysis, by structured data, and by machine learning based on existing human coding)
- how to create fresh data visualizations, and
- how to output a basic report.
The presenter will be using the Windows version of the software. Participants are encouraged to bring their laptops. The room will be open at 1 p.m. All are welcome, no RSVP is required.
There will be an additional training on NVivo 10 / 11 this fall semester. “Tapping Social Media Data using NCapture and NVivo” is scheduled 1:30-3:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 20, in 401B Hale Library.
NVivo 10 / 11 site license at K-State
K-State has a site license for NVivo 10 software (for both Windows and Mac systems) and NVivo 11 Pro (Windows) for all faculty, administrators, staff, and graduate students. The license allows two downloads and installs per eligible individual.
The software and the activating license key may be accessed at K-State NVivo 10 Software Download with a current eID and password. A new license key for NVivo 11 Pro is available for the K-State research community. Log on to the site to access NVivo 11 Pro, which was released in late September.
Those off-campus and / or undergraduate partners who are working with active and eligible K-State faculty, administrators, staff, and graduate students are allowed to use the K-State license during the duration of the non-commercial K-State-related research project.
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An additional reference
Those who have already started using NVivo can refer to “Using NVivo: An Unofficial and Unauthorized Primer,” which is an e-book built on the Scalar platform that highlights various features of the tool.
If there are any questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 785-532-5262.