Category: Analysis

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How I Became an Evidentia User

I want to start my first post here by saying that I am in no way an Evidentia Expert. I have been using Evidentia for about 7 months, and like many of you, I am still learning the ins and outs of the software. However, I know that many of

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Evidentia Experiment – Progress Report #2

5 Generations. 149 Proofs. The Evidentia Experiment. The goal is to document 5 generations, starting with myself, using Evidentia. The results will then be exported into a GEDCOM file and imported into a clean RootsMagic database. Making Progress I have almost finished with the third generation (my grandparents). Waiting for

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The Evidentia Experiment – Progress Report #1

Last week I posted about the Evidentia Experiment I am currently doing. The goal is to document 5 generations, starting with myself, using Evidentia. The results will then be exported into a GEDCOM file and imported into a clean RootsMagic database. This week I wanted to describe my process as

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The Evidentia Experiment

I started a new project.  The goal is to document 5 generations, starting with myself, using Evidentia.  The results will then be exported into a GEDCOM file and imported into a clean RootsMagic database.

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Evidentia Meets a UK BMD

I get asked a lot from people in the UK and Australia if Evidentia will work for them.  The short answer is yes, but I understand the concern.  Most of the sample templates for citations are based on Evidence Explained, and there is a bias in a lot of software developed

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Evidentia Meets the 1790 US Census – Part Two

In my last post, I documented the claims I chose to catalogue for a 1790 US Census record for Gilmanton, NH. I tried to demonstrate how even the vaguest of information can provided clues we can use in our research. If you remain unconvinced, that’s OK. Hopefully this post, which

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How to Analyze a Claim

“I love Evidentia, but I am just not sure how to write an analysis.” I have heard this more than once, from users on Google+, in Google Hangouts, and at conferences. Many users feel intimidated by the analysis process, even with the help of books such as Thomas Jones “Mastering Genealogical Proofs”

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Residence: a Study in Swedish Records

Editor – Our guest blogger today is Blake Christensen. Blake works as a computer programmer in Kansas. His wife is a professional genealogist. He claims that not much of her expertise has rubbed off on him, but he tries. Evidentia comes with many claim types. One of the claim types

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