Export a dataset, so you can archive the data or analyze it in another application.
- Create a dataset if you haven't already.
- Open the dataset.
- In the Dataset Options section, click Export dataset.
- Select the check boxes for the desired options.
- Include unit text: The full text of each item in the dataset.
- Include metadata: The attributes associated with each item.
- Include codes and coder: The codes assigned by the coder.
- Include classification: The specific code classification for each item.
- Include reference text: The memos and bookmarks as well as any other reference information that is available.
- Include adjudications: The adjudications and results of the process
- Include annotations: The annotations added to each item.
- Include attachments: The files attacted to the datasets.
- From the Output format, select the file type. Note: Under Twitter's Terms of Service, this must be CSV File. Twitter data cannot be saved as XML or JSON, and is limited to no more than 50,000 tweets per day.
- Click Export.
- If exporting Twitter data, you will be reminded that credits will deducted from account. Click OK to continue with the export.
- On the Exports page, refresh the page to see the status of the export.
- When the export is complete, click download next to the file name.
The file is available to download for seven days.
Exported datasets are available through the left navigation:
- On the left navigation, click on Analytics / Export.
- Click on Exported Files.