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برنامج التحليل النوعي N vivo program د نهى العلولا

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برنامج التحليل النوعي N vivo program د نهى العلولا

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برنامج التحليل النوعي N vivo program د نهى العلولا

  1. 1. ‫برنامج‬‫أدوات‬ ‫سلسلة‬‫العلمي‬ ‫البحث‬(1) ‫عمل‬ ‫ورشة‬«N vivo Program» ‫والطبية‬ ‫العلمية‬ ‫الدراسات‬ ‫بحوث‬ ‫مركز‬ ‫سعود‬ ‫الملك‬ ‫جامعة‬
  2. 2. 7 November 2017 Some slides adapted from QSR International guide to use Nvivo and IS workbook of introduction to use NVivo
  3. 3. Outline: Introduction NVivo interface orientation Creating a new project Organizing your sources Importing sources Coding text sources with Nodes Visualizing nodes and sources Word count, word tree and word cloud query Exporting simple reports Analysis
  4. 4. What is Nvivo ? It is a software tool produced by QSR international for storing, organizing and querying non-numerical or un-structured data (Qualitative research).
  5. 5. Qualitative Data Analysis Process Coding Categories Themes Theory
  6. 6. NVivo interface orientation
  7. 7. Creating a new project File menu New Give name to your project and save it in your computer
  8. 8. Organizing your sources Select sources (in navigation pane) Right click on Internals Select new folder Name the folder (Interviews, Audio, Pictures,…..etc)
  9. 9. Organizing your sources
  10. 10. Importing sources
  11. 11. Coding text sources with Nodes Nodes in navigation pane Nodes folder Right click in the main window, select new node Name your node (eg: tourism) Description box, (details on the parameters of use for this node) Ok
  12. 12. Coding text sources with Nodes
  13. 13. sources Interviews folder Open one interview document Click on nodes button (nodes list with source appear in detail pane) Highlight relevant text and then drag and drop in appropriate node
  14. 14. Auto-coding It will code your data based on eg: interview question. Take care that not all information related to the node will be presented by participant under one question.
  15. 15. Visualizing nodes and sources View tab Select Highlight and coding stripes (in coding section)
  16. 16. Create a node report Double click in selected node Or right click on the node within the list…select open
  17. 17. Remove code Select the code Right click Un code Right click on relevant coding strip Un code OR
  18. 18. Node hierarchies (sub nodes) Select nodes button in navigation pane Click on the node to highlight it Then click, drag and drop onto another node Left click on the node to select the sub-node Right click and select copy Move mouse over blank area at the bottom of nodes list and right click and select paste
  19. 19. Coding image, Video and Audio sources Usually used in documentary projects.
  20. 20. Visualizing nodes and sources Visualization: is to generate a graph of nodes associated with a particular source. These created models may give you a new insights on your data.
  21. 21. A. Visualizing nodes of one source Sources, select interview that coded Explore tab, select Explore Diagram Save (right click over graph and select Export diagram)
  22. 22. B. Visualizing codes between two sources or nodes Explore tab, select Comparison Diagram Select compare sources, then select two sources. Click Ok
  23. 23. Word frequency, word cloud and word tree query It help you to see unexpected associations in transcripts. It help you to see contexts of use of particular words that could give insight for analysis.
  24. 24. Word frequency and word tree query Query tab, select Text Search In box of (search for) type word or phrase You can changing find slider.. Not always advisable Run Query
  25. 25. Word tree query
  26. 26. Word frequency and word cloud Query tab, select word frequency In box of (search for) type word or phrase You can changing find slider.. Not always advisable Run Query
  27. 27. Word cloud query
  28. 28. Exporting simple reports 1. Exporting coded extracts Click on Nodes button (in navigation pane) Right click on one of the nodes Select Export, then Export Node Select Entire Content, then Ok Documents on the computer and open the
  29. 29. Exporting simple reports 2. Exporting sources with their codes Select sources (in navigation pane) Right click on one interview and open Right click over detail view and select print Select in the print options coding stripes has print on same page
  30. 30. Connecting participant demographics to their interview Create Case classification Write participants on name area of the box appear Ok Classification Case classification Right click on participants Choose new attributes Write eg: gender Click on Value Write male and female Ok
  31. 31. Continue Source Highlight all interviews Right click and choose create as Create as a case Classification Case classification Double click on participants Assign gender for each participant
  32. 32. Analysis based on attributes Query Matrix coding Choose columns and rows ok, then add Run
  33. 33. Further Resources QSR video tutorials: http://www.qsrinternational.com/support_tutorials.aspx Follow QSR on twitter for information about free training seminars, updates and tips: @QSRInt Mantra practical on research data management (data files are in NVivo 9): http://datalib.edina.ac.uk/mantra/softwarepracticals.html Bazeley, P. Resources for qualitative data analysis and users of NVivo http://www.researchsupport.com.au/ (website with freely available resources) Bazeley, P. and Jackson, K. (2013). Doing qualitative data analysis with NVivo. 2nd Ed. London: SAGE. LinkedIn NVivo Users Group – good source of advice from experienced users. Free, but requires a LinkedIn account and application to join the grouhttps://www.linkedin.com/groups/NVivo-Users- Group-145388/about Learn Nvivo: the basics [video tutorial course]. Lynda. Released 23 Nov 2016. (uses the basic NVivo 11 Starter version) https://www.lynda.com/NVivo-tutorials/Learn-NVivo-Basics/530082- 2.html?org=ed.ac.uk

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