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Some basic resources to get started with NVivo Qualitative Analysis Software

NVivo is a qualitative analysis software that allows you to analyze text and audiovisual data. You can organize, code, interpret, visualize, and run queries on multiple data sets, and even use it to organize literature reviews. The UofL has licenses to the latest version of NVivo - you can request a copy by contacting IT Services

NVivo Resources

NVivo Resources from the Library

5 tips for Using NVivo

Noelle Wyman Roth of Duke University answers common questions about working with NVivo to help you in your qualitative data research and analysis, particularly when working in a project team. In this video, she covers questions like: (1:12) Child node is a type of the parent node (1:59) Group similar ideas together (2:46) Node names should be unique (3:46) Code for broad concepts, not specific ideas (4:33) Don’t go too deep

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