Seeking Nvivo10 buffs.
I’m coming to Nvivo and coding after the Christmas Break and just doing reading/writing in the months before that- so its been a while and I’m rusty.
I’ve decided that actually I’ve got / going to have* layers of codes across my data – and I’m going to have different types of codes – some descriptive coding, some analytic coding, some in vivo coding (these are taken from Cathy Urquhart )
So, my question
is there a way in Nvivo to either tag/label/group the different types of codes?
For example, lets say I wanted to look at only the in vivo codes – not my analytical codes – how should I best organise my nodes / coding to reflect this? so that I can explore later both the content and the type of different codes? Or if I want to go and code all my transcripts according my in-field coding and then come back and do a 2nd layer of coding over the top (more analytical, less thematic).
* I’ve done some in-field coding but it was in notebooks (not in Nvivo) and I’ve coded a few transcripts within Nvivo but not the bulk of them yet.