Importing .cha files to Nvivo
K.McManus at soton.ac.uk
Thu Jul 18 16:40:29 UTC 2013
We're trying to load bulleted .cha files in Nvivo 10, but it's quite a tricky job. The program does not accept. Cha files. We've tried changing the .cha files to .txt. files (using Notepad ++), but then accents (for French/Spanish e.g.) are lost or changed to numbers etc. The only way we've found so far is by copying .cha contents into Word individually, then saving a transcript as .doc. Does anybody know of a quicker way load. Cha files into Nvivo? Any advice would be most gratefully received.
Dr Kevin McManus
Research Fellow in French Applied Linguistics
Department of Modern Languages
University of Southampton
tel: +44 (0) 23 8059 3970
Project website: http://langsnap.soton.ac.uk/
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