Skip to Main Content
It looks like you're using Internet Explorer 11 or older. This website works best with modern browsers such as the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge. If you continue with this browser, you may see unexpected results.
What can I do with NVivo?
Use NVivo software for qualitative analysis of textual and audiovisual data sources, including:
- Organizing and coding multiple data sources in one central project file.
- Assigning attributes to data (e.g., demographics) for comparative purposes.
- Adding interpretations and notes.
- Querying and searching data.
- Visualizing data.
Dr. Mandy - GSU's NVivo Guru
Attend the NVivo Workshop Series...
Pick what best fits your schedule!
LIVE workshops | RECORDINGS
...then earn the NVivo Ready! Badge Micro-Credential!
Get a GSU Data Ready! Badge Micro-Credential to show others your commitment to learning data skills! Learn more at lib.gsu.edu/data-ready
Mac Version of NVivo - Pros/Cons
Mac Version of NVivo - Pros & (mostly) Cons
- The Mac version of NVivo is not as fully functional as the Windows version.
- Moving between Mac and Windows with NVivo is rife with technical problems – if at all possible, DON’T try to work across platforms.
- We do not offer workshops/recordings on the Mac version due to having no Mac access to do so. Differences in interface, functionality, and features between the Mac and Windows version of NVivo may make it difficult to follow along with the Windows workshop if you are using a Mac. If you are a current GSU faculty, staff, or students and need training for the Mac version of NVivo, please contact Dr. Mandy.
DOWNLOAD ME!! NVivo Mac-to-Windows Tips
TIPS on (1) moving between Mac and Windows versions of NVivo and troubleshooting for potential conversion errors you'll experience; (2) research team members moving between Mac and Windows (doable, but not recommended); and (3) options for running NVivo for Windows on a Mac computer.