Meaningful Tables and Graphs for Correlation in Family History

Ruth Wilson Craig, CG
Sep 25, 2019
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Birthdate Ranges
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Tracking a Family
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About this webinar

The objective of this webinar is to give viewers concrete examples of how tables and graphs can be used in family history reports and presentations.

About the speaker

About the speaker

Ruth Craig has spent most of her professional career as a Professor at Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth. She recently received the credential of Certified Genealogist®, having been drawn into the field when she applied for re-naturalized Ger
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  1. Legacy Family Tree
    4 years ago

    Very interesting way to compare and contrast data. Thanks!

    Excellent content.

    Excellent ideas and use of charts and graphs!

    Excellent information and handout.

    Excellent presentation and encouragement to learn chart & graph methods in both Excel and Google Sheets.

    Excellent topic


    good info

    Good info

    Good information

    Good techniques well presented.

    good visuals, clear explanations of the charts/graphs and provided links so I do not have to go searching for them. Thanks!

    Great info.

    Great information.

    I cut my computer teeth on spreadsheets (also a scientist- back in the day!) but still learned some nifty tricks to apply to genealogy here. I’ll be using them for sure. Love the Google candlestick chart. Some great tools for refining my research (I’m kind of picky about details). Ruth’s presentation was well-thought out and easy to follow.

    I found Ruth’s tips on Excel and Google Sheets to be quite interesting. I hope to put them to good use in my family history research.

    I learned a lot today. Will definitely use some of these graphs to answer questions in my own research. Thank you!

    I think of myself as an advanced user of Excel, but I learned lots of things from this Webinar! Very, very, very instructive and informative webinar. Thank you!

    I thought the content was great.

    I’ll definitely be looking into those templates!

    Information was great, I’m looking forward to using the templates

    Interesting but a bit of a learning curve for me.

    Interesting but very complicated

    Interesting tools to add to the analysis toolbox

    Interesting topic.

    More tools for my genealogy tool box. Thanks

    Provided an interesting way to approach and resolve data inconstancies.

    Thanks to Ruth Craig, I’ll be trying out Google Sheets for my genealogy charts and graphs. I appreciate the links to sites that will help me learn about this program. Great job!


    The content was really great.

    The information is useful

    The information on the tables and charts was good

    The information Ruth presented was absolutely top-notch. I learned so much!

    The information was great

    The information was wonderful

    The speaker was very knowledgeable

    The tools and the information the presenter offered were great. Amazing to use charts designed for the stock market to help determine someone’s date of birth!

    Very engaging speaker and presentation. I loved hearing what the problem she was trying to solve and the logic and tools she used to solve it. Highly recommended! The syllabus was well written also.

    very good

    Very informative.

    Very interesting and gave me a method to use in trying to define a very elusive birth date.

    Very interesting approach

    Very worthwhile information. Thank you.


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