[Air-L] Advice on NVivo with Chinese materials

Stuart Shulman stuart.shulman at gmail.com
Wed Mar 16 04:13:08 PDT 2022

DiscoverText has documented users in 30+ languages including traditional
Chinese characters. It is 100% free for academics. We have been handling
diverse character sets since 2007. There are key differences between tools
developed before the Internet, and tools developed both "on" and "for" the
Internet. I am often surprised to see the popularity of pre-Internet tools
with members of this list. Ironic...


On Wed, Mar 16, 2022 at 12:24 AM Ho Pong To <tohopong at uow.edu.au> wrote:

> Dear all
> Sorry for cross-posting. I am a PhD student and conducting qualitative
> analysis of a large amount of online materials (mainly discussion forum and
> FB posts) using NVivo, but have encountered various logistics issues with
> uploading and transforming the data to fit the NVivo platform. Even getting
> the coding of the Chinese characters right has been a headache.
> I wonder if anyone is aware of any sources whereby I may solve these
> hands-on issues? I am based in Hong Kong but unfortunately the software
> does not seem to be very popular among the qualitative researchers here.
> Thanks a lot and sorry for disturbing!
> Ho-pong To
> Lecturer and PhD candidate
> UOW College Hong Kong
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