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NVivo 10: Research Analysis Software available through SFU Library

July 23, 2013
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The SFU Library currently has a three-year site license for NVivo Software.

NVivo is a research analysis tool for qualitative information, used for coding data, creating visual models, running queries on your data, and sharing your reports.

Here is the User Guide for NVivo 10.

See this page for software availability to SFU graduate students.

For any questions, please contact nvivo-rc@sfu.ca.

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