Mind Mapping
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Part Number: WXTROUBLE_

Price: $9.95
For years Ron Arons researched the life of his great-grandfather, who served time in Sing Sing Prison and who committed other crimes. Through the years, Ron came across records for other people with the same first and last names, born in the same timeframe, who lived in the same places as his relative, and who, by some stroke of luck, also found trouble, either in business or with women. With such an uncommon name as Isaac Spier, this is rather remarkable. In this talk you will see how the Genealogical Proof Standard was used to merge and separate many identities to determine exactly how many distinct individuals these documents represented. (The answer is truly remarkable!) You will also learn about names, name changes, and the reasons behind those changes. You will also learn about mind maps, a powerful technology and methodology for clearer thinking, data logging, and, most importantly, efficient and extraordinary data correlation. Specifically, many examples of mind maps created with FreeMind will be presented. This entertaining excursion into the world of trouble makers offers methodologies for truly advanced research for very challenging problems.

This class was presented to a live webinar (online seminar) audience on August 5, 2015. 1 hour 44 minutes, plus 1 page of handouts. The recording is also included as part of the monthly or annual membership.
Part Number: WXMINDMAP_

Price: $9.95
Mind mapping is a process of creating a diagram or flow chart of ideas and concepts. Learn about automated mindmapping tools that let you see your research data in a new light. Do you have trouble planning a genealogy research strategy? What if you had an automated way to lay out concepts, variables and actions? Mind mapping can help you create an effective research plan as well as help you connect data points once the research is completed.

This class was presented to a live webinar (online seminar) audience on November 20, 2013. 1 hour 30 minutes, plus 4 pages of supplemental syllabus materials.The recording is also included as part of themonthly or annual membership.