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From getting started to completing your research project, this book provides a practical guide to using QSR NUD·IST NVivo, the latest qualitative software package. Written in clear language, the book is accompanied by a CD-ROM which carries a demonstration version of the software, together with six tutorials to use with your own data. Much more than a manual, the book offers advice with each section, addressing a range of research approaches and priorities. Each chapter starts with an overview and includes tips on design issues and ways of flexibly managing your project.
QSR NVivo is distributed by Scolari, SAGE Publications Software.
About This Book
A Project in NVivo
Coding at nodes
Sets and Trees
Getting it together
The perfect text for those wanting to start using NVIVO.
I will recommend this book to all researchers who are using/intend to use NVivo to analyse their qualitative data. My institution supports NVivo, so makes it available under licence from QSR. We offer researchers one day-long course on using the package. For many researchers, this is insufficient. They need a book that will help them understand what the package can do and how they can use it. This book was written by one of the developers of NVivo and is the best introduction I have seen. The only problem is the rapidity of version change. The book does not cover functions added since publication.
Mr Kenneth Wilkinson
Dept of Marketing, Ops & Digital Busin, Manchester Metropolitan University
This book offers a step by step helpful guide to those wishing to use NVIVO. It is recommended as a supplementary text for those wishing to use it to to support their data collection and analysis. Specifically for those using qualitative research methods.