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Using Scrivener
with NVivo
Kristoffer Greaves
25 June 2014
This is Scrivener in Corkboard View
Each card represents a section
in the Binder
This is Scrivener in Document View
Each document has its own metadata
Each document has its notes section,
e.g. you can add supervisor feedback here
Each section shown in the binder is a
separate document
This is NVivo
We’re looking at PDFs imported from Endnote
Note the Linked memos – these
were created from text in Endnote’s
“Research Notes” field when the
bibliographic file was i...
We’ve opened the Memo folder
The Memos can be opened and edited,
so you can add your notes as you work
on the literature r...
Here is a framework matrix sheet
The sources were coded as
case nodes
This column holds the
text coded to a theme
node
The framework matrix
can be exported
as a spreadsheet –
after you work with it
in Excel you can print it
as a PDF and drag...
Similarly, you can export coding references as
documents.
Add these to the Research Folder in Scrivener too…
The same with charts… (as image files)
Here’s a cluster analysis dendogram – it was
exported as an image file, then dragged into a
Scrivener folder, to be used a...
So you can keep all your data sources, analyses, memos in
one place in Nvivo
(and add your finished thesis, articles etc l...
And you can keep your writing and drafting
in one place in Scrivener
Click here
If you want to
learn about
importing
bibliographic
refs, framework
matrices, coding
matrix queries…
Follow me on the PleagleTrainer Blog
Or on Twitter
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Working with NVivo and Scrivener

  1. 1. Using Scrivener with NVivo Kristoffer Greaves 25 June 2014
  2. 2. This is Scrivener in Corkboard View
  3. 3. Each card represents a section in the Binder
  4. 4. This is Scrivener in Document View
  5. 5. Each document has its own metadata Each document has its notes section, e.g. you can add supervisor feedback here
  6. 6. Each section shown in the binder is a separate document
  7. 7. This is NVivo We’re looking at PDFs imported from Endnote
  8. 8. Note the Linked memos – these were created from text in Endnote’s “Research Notes” field when the bibliographic file was imported
  9. 9. We’ve opened the Memo folder The Memos can be opened and edited, so you can add your notes as you work on the literature review You can right-click on a memo And export it as a text file You can drag the text file into your Scrivener research folder
  10. 10. Here is a framework matrix sheet The sources were coded as case nodes This column holds the text coded to a theme node
  11. 11. The framework matrix can be exported as a spreadsheet – after you work with it in Excel you can print it as a PDF and drag it into Scrivener’s Binder in the “Research” folder
  12. 12. Similarly, you can export coding references as documents. Add these to the Research Folder in Scrivener too…
  13. 13. The same with charts… (as image files)
  14. 14. Here’s a cluster analysis dendogram – it was exported as an image file, then dragged into a Scrivener folder, to be used as a figure…
  15. 15. So you can keep all your data sources, analyses, memos in one place in Nvivo (and add your finished thesis, articles etc later)
  16. 16. And you can keep your writing and drafting in one place in Scrivener
  17. 17. Click here If you want to learn about importing bibliographic refs, framework matrices, coding matrix queries…
  18. 18. Follow me on the PleagleTrainer Blog Or on Twitter

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