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Need help taking the next step with NVivo? If you’re already comfortable with bringing in documents and coding them, you’re ready to move on to analyzing your material. In this hands-on workshop, Graduate Peer NVivo Facilitators will walk you through visualizations and queries using sample data.
classifying and categorizing data
- grouping your data: collections and links
- exploring your data (coding based queries)
- models and relationships
- visualizing your data
- reporting and presenting your findings
- This workshop assumes that you already have some familiarity with NVivo and/or will have taken the "Introduction to NVivo" workshop.
- Before the workshop, participants should download and install the latest version of NVivo. You can download NVivo and the license key with your SFU computing ID by using the self-serve download link here. If you are unable to get past the authentication page, then please email email@example.com.
- We will be using the MAC operating system and the interface is very different from the Windows (PC) operating system