I would like to use a matrix to cross notes according to any two Tinderbox attributes. The otherwise very useful Attribute Browser doesn’t offer this kind of view. I would be happy to view it as an Excel sheet.
This kind of grid is used to keep the analysis focused on the original study design. It allows to easily identify notes to remove, because they don’t match reasearch questions, hypotheses or whatever other attribute, as well as to identify gaps that are not covered in notes. In the attached image, there is an example of crossing tags to tags.
I know how to export from Tinderbox to csv, but can’t think of a way to automatically process the data before export in order to get a csv similar to the attached example. Is anybody else using a research grid, or could advise how to approach this task?