This Fact Querying is a very powerful feature that allows you to specify and save criteria for identifying a set of records of a given record type. lists A link between a source and a fact, documenting Where within the source you find information being “cited” to support the fact/conclusion. details for Source: “where information was found”. This could be anything from an archive in a county records office, a book, or even a relative’s recorded recollection. Citing your Sources helps to show how you reached a particular conclusion about an Individual. linked to the Facts are one of the key concepts at the heart of Family Historian; they are how you record the things that happened to, or described, each ancestor (Individual). (Individual and Family) owned by the specified Individual. The prompt for Index is to specify whether the Citation is the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc., Source Citation for the relevant Fact.
The default sort order is by Fact When an Event happened, or an Attrribute was true.. As usual, column headers can be clicked for other sort orders.
Source and Fact-Owner records can be double-clicked to bring up their relevant The Property Box is the primary window for data entry and for viewing details of stored records. It is used with records of all types. . Fact-Owner records can be clicked and used to start a Diagram.
A possible use for this Query is to save the results as a series of CSV files, one for each value of Index, 1, 2, 3, etc., until 0 results are returned. The CSV files can be appended to the same Excel (or other) spreadsheet for further analysis.
Produced by PeterR (16/08/11)Download: Individual Fact Citations