Re: Genealogical Proof Standard
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The good thing with Evidentia is that it allows you to enter and extract the information from each of your sources and add your analysis of the information to reach a conclusion based on all the pieces of evidence you can find.
It is quite surprising how much you can extract from a document when you are guided through the process.
I am not sure if Ed Thompson, the developer and a Genealogist, has a free or limited trial version as it is a while since I have had to look at his website.
On Sat, 9 May 2020, 06:00 claverterry, <terencedicker@...> wrote:
How little did I know that my initial questions would lead to such an extended and interesting discussion. As I said initially, I have an extensive tree but have not formally analysed data and relationships. As a scientist with an analytical mind, I have instinctively and knowingly graded information, and where there is a conflict, attempted to gather more informations (such as witnesses) to bolster or create conclusions. Your latest message, Jan, gives an intersting perspective on the 'Strathclyde philosophy'. But I have a further question. Have you found Evidentia worthwhile (I have no personal knowledge of it)? Would you use it just for 'difficult cases'?