Last week 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. Why document 5 generations? Because I have always wanted one of those nice 5 generation fan charts I see at conventions. Because… Read More »
“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” What I want to try to lay out… Read More »
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 is ‘Residence’. Why do a residence study? Most… Read More »
The Genealogical Research Map, provided here courtesy of Mark Tucker at ThinkGenealogy, captures the spirit of what Evidentia is all about.
One of the questions I get frequently about Evidentia is “where does it fit in my research process?”. I think this is not only because Evidentia is a new idea in genealogy software, but also because the renaissance of evidence based genealogy is taking off right now. Many genealogist are shifting to a new way of thinking about… Read More »