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What’s new: Import directly from SurveyMonkey

SurveyMonkey

Do you use SurveyMonkey to collect survey responses?

You can now import your surveys directly into your NVivo project for analysis.Watch the how-to video.

OneNote

You can export selected pages, sections or entire notebooks from OneNote into NVivo. NVivo retains the way you structured your data in OneNote. See what OneNote data looks like in NVivo.

Evernote

You can import items from Evernote into NVivo. If you tag your notes in Evernote, you can convert the tags to nodes and coding when you import your notes. See what Evernote data looks like in NVivo.

Other software and online platforms that work with NVivo

  • Web and social media analysis: Use NCapture, a web browser extension, to quickly and easily capture web content (web pages, online PDFs and social media data from Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and YouTube) for analysis in NVivo 10. Learn more.
  • Quantitative analysis: Using mixed methods in your research? Easily exchange data between NVivo and quantitative analysis tools such as IBM SPSS Statistics. You can import attribute values using classification sheets into NVivo, and you can export node matrices, chart data or data extracts from NVivo. Play ‘how-to’ video: Importing datasets
  • Literature reviews and bibliographies: Import bibliographical data from reference management software like EndNote, Mendeley, RefWorks or Zotero. Directly import and work with information like a journal article’s title, author and your own notes. View eDemo video.
  • Spreadsheets and databases: Import datasets into NVivo from Excel spreadsheets (.xls and .xlsx), Access database tables or delimited text files.
  • Import projects from other qualitative software: easily convert and work with projects developed in Atlas.ti 5.2, 5.5, 6.2 and 7MAXQDA 2007, MAXQDA 10 and 11.


For a full list of all the data formats that NVivo supports, view NVivo’s feature list.


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