You can gather material from a range of sources including:
OneNote or Evernote notebooks
Web pages—for example online journal articles or blog posts (NVivo Pro and Plus only)
Facebook, Twitter and YouTube (NVivo Pro and Plus only)
In this topic
- Importing content from OneNote
- Importing content from Evernote
- Importing bibliographical references and associated files
- Using NCapture to gather material from the web
If you use OneNote to gather material—for example, take notes, collect articles or clip screen images—you can bring your OneNote content into your NVivo project.
You can choose to:
Connect directly to your work, school or personal Microsoft account from within NVivo, and then select the pages that you want to import. Refer to Import from OneNote Online for more information.
Use the NVivo Add-In for OneNote to export pages from OneNote 2007 or 2010 and then import the exported pages into NVivo. Refer to Import from OneNote using the NVivo Add-In for OneNote for more information.
If you use Evernote to gather material—for example, take notes, collect images or clip content from web pages—you can bring the material into your NVivo project. You can choose to:
- Connect directly to your Evernote account and import notebooks and notes
- Export your notebooks and notes to an Evernote export file (,enex) and then import them into NVivo
Refer to Import from Evernote for more information.
If you conduct a literature review using a reference management tool such as EndNote or Zotero, you can import the bibliographical references into NVivo.
For EndNote, Refworks or Mendeley references that include links to journal articles, figures or other files, you can import these files too. The files must be accessible and in a supported format.
For more information, refer to Exchange data between NVivo and reference management tools.
This feature is available in NVivo Pro and NVivo Plus.
The NCapture web browser extension enables you to gather material from the web to import into NVivo.
You can capture web pages including articles, blogs, and social media content from Facebook, Twitter or YouTube—in order to import them into NVivo.
When you capture a web page, you can
Enter a short description, or record your thoughts and ideas in a memo
Enter one or more nodes. The entire source will be coded to these nodes when the NCapture file is imported into NVivo.
Each time you capture a web page or capture data from a social media website, an NCapture file (*.nvcx) is created.
For information on using (or installing) NCapture, refer to the NCapture Help.
After you have captured material from the web, you can import it into your project—refer to the following topics: