NVivo software enables researchers to perform qualitative data analysis (QDA) and provide insights to their data through organisation, analysis and visualizations.
All University of Bath users can access NVivo through Unidesk and on campus. For more information, please visit the IT services guide on Working remotely with UniApps and UniDesk.
The University of Bath DoctoralSkills Professional Development Programme offer a number of provisions for NVivo training to the internal university community. You will need to login to Moodle to access these resources.
These courses are suitable for those who are new to using NVivo but may also be useful for those with a basic working knowledge who can dip in to the materials for further information.
In collaboration with their GW4 partners, the DoctoralSkills programme recommend the NVivo learning resource, which has been developed by PhD students across Bristol, Bath, Cardiff, and Exeter Universities. They have created videos, podcasts, notes and infographics that are aimed at doctoral students and early career researchers who are just starting out with NVivo.
The DoctoralSkills programme provide a Qualitative Data Analysis and NVivo for beginners workshop, currently offered via Teams, and you are advised to check back for new session dates. This session will introduce participants to qualitative research methods, focusing on the Qualitative Data Analysis (QDA) software NVivo. An introduction to the software will be given and its features will be explored.
The NVivo YouTube tutorials from the University of Hull will help you get started with NVivo and understand the coding, cases and case classifications, file classifications, framework matrix, matrix queries and crosstab queries.