How to Access
Global Library has a limited user license (6) for NVivo.

Latest Version available: NVivo 13

Users can access NVivo on public computer system in the Central Library.

We also provide license keys to activate NVivo in personal systems for a limited time period for JGU Faculties. If required, please write to us at glus@jgu.edu.in
NVivo can be installed in Windows and Mac
System requirement for installing NVivo
Recommended system requirements
  • 3.0 GHz quad-core processor or faster
  • 8 GB RAM (if running other applications with high memory use, consider 16 GB or more)
  • 1920 x 1080 screen resolution or higher
  • Microsoft Windows 8.1 or later
  • Approximately 8 GB of available hard-disk space—or more depending on data storage needs
  • Internet connection
  • Internet Explorer 11, Google Chrome 44 or later
  • Default printer setup
About NVivo
Research is the thorough study of a certain issue or subject using scientific methods. As such, the qualitative research method is a way to understand an individual's social reality.

Around the world, people working on qualitative and mixed methods research projects face the challenge of collecting, organizing, and analyzing a large volume and variety of data. Nvivo, with its striking design, is the most intuitive, easy-to-use, and powerful software for qualitative data analysis. It allows you to organize, explore, and analyze data from interviews, surveys, social media, videos, and more.
Why NVivo
Qualitative researchers describe, evaluate and interpret social phenomena. They analyze data from interviews, surveys, field notes, web pages, and journal articles and work in sectors from social science and education to healthcare and business. NVivo allows them to organize, analyze and visualize their data, finding its patterns.

Nvivo is one such tool for those who wish to comprehend their experiences or identify the fundamental causes of people's behavior. This tool is efficient for social science researchers who want to comprehend data such as Ethnographygrounded theorydiscourse analysis, and interpretive phenomenological analysis.
Getting started with NVivo - The basics
Users who are new to NVivo can understand the process of organizing and analysing data with the tutorials provided. The basic tutorials include:
  • Intro & Import: A general overview of what NVivo does, and how to import data.
  • Organize: A first look at how to code, note-keeping options, how to create cases (the units of analysis) and give them attributes (descriptive information).
  • Explore: Run a word frequency query and create a word cloud, then create a simple chart showing opinions on an issue.

'Click Here' to see the tutorials for getting started with NVivo (Windows)

'Click Here' to see the tutorials for getting started with NVivo (Mac)