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Coding comparison query

Coding > Highlight coding

Highlight coding

When viewing a file or node you can highlight coded content.

Highlighted coding in a document.

Highlighting can help you to:

  • Check what you have and have not coded.
  • Quickly locate comments by participants with particular demographic attributes as you read through a focus group transcript
  • Visually compare the coding of different team members

If you want to see what has been coded to specific nodes, you can display coding stripes.

Turn on highlighting

  1. Open the file or node.
  2. On the ribbon, in the View group, click Highlight, and then choose an option.
To highlight this: Choose this: Then do this:
All the content that has been coded Coding for All Nodes n/a
Coding at specific nodes Coding for Selected Items Select the nodes for the coding you want to highlight.
Coding done by specific users Coding for Selected Items On the left, select Users. On the right, check the box for each team member whose coding you want to highlight.
Coding based on case attribute values Coding for Selected Items On the left, select Case Classifications. On the right, expand the case classification and attribute, then select the attribute values you want to highlight.
Content coded to nodes in sets or Search Folders Coding for Selected Items On the left, select Sets or Search folders. On the right, select the sets or search folders you want to highlight.