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  1. In our project we uploaded transcripts with both interviewer questions and interviewee responses. How can we run a word frequency analysis that excludes the interviewer's questions? In other words, our transcripts were Word docs in which we created headings, so we had one heading for the interviewer and other headings for the interview subject(s). We imported these transcripts into "internals," thinking we could auto code and identify text to exclude. But we now understand that auto coding is not a function of the Mac version of NVivo. Is there any other way for a Mac user to create accurate word clouds or word frequencies that will exclude the interviewer text?
  2. Good morning, I am a newbie in the NVivo world, and I am encountering difficulties in exploring the text of some scientific papers. In detail, I analyzed the co-occurrences of couples of keywords graphically by building word trees. Results were quite interesting and insightful, but I was wondering if there is a way to figure out the numerical frequency of such co-occurrences. Unfortunately, my current poor skills are hampering me. Thank you for your valuable help Greetings D.
  3. Word trees

    Hi everyone, I'm trying to spice up my report with some word trees. My project contains 99 documents. When I try to visualise the text search query with a tree word, it gives me all the words that come before/after the searched word. Is there a way of limiting the number of results/branches? For example: I'm searching for the word 'education', is there a way of displaying only those words that appear at least ten times before the word 'education' and at least ten times after the word 'education'? I've attached a jpeg of a word tree of one document, there is not a chance I can input this into a report as it is. Ideally, I'd like to be able to show that the words 'higher' and 'further' do appear before the word 'education', and that the words 'institutions' and 'colleges' appear after the word 'education'. With thanks, Julia
  4. I am currently using NVivo for my dissertation research. I have a relatively large set of pdf documents (406, resulting in more than 3 GB Nvivo project file) stored as Internals. I search for a particular word and get back around 19200 references in 398 of the documents. When I click on the Word tree tab, NVivo works for about 20 minutes, and when it is available, the word tree is in fact just a blank canvas. What could possibly be wrong? There is no difference whether I do it on the pdf sources or on the respective case nodes. Perhaps there is a limit on the volume of data that can be processed and displayed? Is there a possible workaround? I use the latest 64-bit version of Nvivo (10.0.638.0 SP6) on a quad-core i5-4690 processor with 16 GB or RAM. Thanks in advance for any tips, Vince
  5. Hello, I am unable to add certain words to the "Stop Word" list for Japanese word queries. What is especially troubling is punctuation marks like commas, the Japanese full stop (period) which looks like a tiny circle , brackets and so on. When I try to add, for example, a comma I get an error saying it is invalid. I am sure you are already aware that Japanese is particular in that there are no "spaces" between "words" making it difficult for non-native Japanese developed applications to distinguish between words and particles - which results in less quality word query results than in, say, English. However, not being able to add punctuation marks in the stop list has the word tree filled with linkages such things as only commas, full stops, brackets and so on. So, this needs to be worked on first. In native Japanese applications, distinguishing between "words" has been successful mainly through the application's use of the Japanese Input Method. Even the Japanese version of Word has a grammar checker that is able to work with Japanese. And more sophisticated software is able to even act like a "copy editor" to point out better Japanese usage using Japanese dictionaries as that used specifically for journalists. Anyway, for a start, it would be good to at least have punctuation being able to be added to stop word list - even better be added as default. If there is a way around this, could you let me know? If not, could this be added to the suggestion list for improvement? Looking forward to hearing from you. Cheers! Darren McDonald Japan
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