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Thanks a lot for your prompt and very interesting answer! I think this time we have a good way to answer the initial question!!
You are right that it will take a little time to explore and test a veriety of possibilities offered by the query tools. I'm new in NVivo and I will need some time and experience …
Thanks for your help!
Thank you for your answer!
The problem is that the researcher doesn't know the word associated with the main word whcih she wants to explore the co-occurences. Sorry if my question was not precise enough.
So the question would be: is there a way to find the more frequent word associated (NEAR, SURROUNDING, …) with a single and well identified word?
Thank you in advance!
Thanks a lot Ben!
It's perfectly clear. I'm sure I'll contact you later for another question when going on the discovering of NVivo! 😉
Thank you Ben!
In the meantime, I received some valuable information from the LinkedIn NVivo users group. I downloaded a free AMR to MP3 converter which worked quite well. So it's done!