The recording of today's webinar, "Clooz: A Document-Based Software Companion" by Richard D. Thomas is now available to view for a limited time for free at www.FamilyTreeWebinars.com.
This presentation focuses on using the Clooz software to capture document information of interest, and then after performing the proper analysis of the data, transferring events extracted from that information into Legacy Family Tree. Census and vital document examples will be demonstrated. This approach would provide an alternate way of entering data into Legacy by essentially transcribing document information, and following a workflow in line with the Genealogical Proof Standard.
View the Recording at FamilyTreeWebinars.com
If you could not make it to the live event or just want to watch it again, the 1 hour 36 minute recording of "Clooz: A Document-Based Software Companion" is now available to view in our webinar library for free for a limited time. Or watch it at your convenience with an annual or monthly webinar membership.
Clooz is a companion software program that helps to:
- Organize and analyze your documents
- Supplement Legacy Family Tree software with a true document-based research approach
- See how documents combine to reveal connections between people in the "Composite View"
- Document templates provide structure for extracted data.
- Link people or businesses to documents.
- Merge people records when they are determined to represent the same person (method to separate as well).
- Quick capture of source information and document text using drag/drop and copy/paste operations.
- Variations in surnames are listed on the main display for easy identification.
- Research log for planning and tracking work. Results can be instantly transformed into a document record.
- Import people and sources from Legacy. Export to Legacy. Record ID numbers are maintained for cross-referencing.
- Over 200 different report formats, which can be printed or exported as Adobe PDF, MS Excel, MS Word, rich text (rtf) or XML files.
- Detailed user's manual (PDF), which also serves as the help file within the program. Free video training series.
- Program software is updated automatically with fixes and enhancements.
- Excellent support by email, response usually provided the same day.
- Generic Censuses: head of household, every member
- Canadian Censuses: 1851-1945, Agricultural 1861, 1871, + others
- French Censuses: 1831-1901
- German Census: 1819 Mecklenburg Schwerin
- Irish Censuses: 1901-1911
- Norwegian Censuses: 1801, 1865, 1875, 1900
- UK Censuses: 1841-1911
- US Censuses: 1790-1940, Mortality, Agricultural & Manufacture 1850-1885
- Census Substitutes: Directories, Tax Record, Voter's List, Irish Valuation
- Documents: Generic Document, Birth Record, Correspondence, Death Record, Deed, Funeral/Burial Record, Marriage Record, Naturalization, Passenger Lists, SSDI
- Windows 10, Windows 8 (no WinRT), Windows 7, SP1, Windows Vista, SP2, Windows XP SP3
- 2 GB RAM
- Mouse, keyboard
- 300 MB disk space
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Register for our upcoming webinars (free)
- Finding Evidence of Kinship in Military Records by Rick Sayre, CG, CGL, FUGA. September 20. Hosted by the Board for Certification of Genealogists.
- How to Use FamilySearch.org for Beginners by Devin Ashby. September 21.
- Beginning Polish Genealogy by Lisa Alzo and Jonathan Shea. September 28.
- AHA! Analysis of Handwriting for Genealogical Research by Ron Arons. October 5.
- Enough is Enough. Or Is It? by Pamela Boyer Sayre, CG, CGL, FUGA. October 7. Hosted by the Board for Certification of Genealogists
- Bringing Life to Our Ancestors: Manuscript Collections by Jeanne Bloom, CG. October 7. Hosted by the Board for Certification of Genealogists.
- FAN + GPS + DNA: The Problem-Solver's Great Trifecta by Elizabeth Shown Mills, CG, CGL. October 7. Hosted by the Board for Certification of Genealogists.
- When Worlds Collide: Resolving Conflicts in Genealogical Records by Judy G. Russell, JD, CG, CGL. October 7. Hosted by the Board for Certification of Genealogists.
- Time and Place - Using Genealogy's Cross-Hairs by Jim Beidler. October 12.
- Finding Your Ancestors' German Hometown by Ursula Krause. October 14.
- Educational Preparation for Certification: Many Paths to the Same Goal by Angela Packer McGhie, CG. October 18. Hosted by the Board for Certification of Genealogists.
- Social History Websites That Bring Your Ancestor's Story to Life by Gena Philibert-Ortega. October 19.
- Flip for Flickr - Share, Store and Save Your Family Photos by Maureen Taylor. October 26.
- Analysis and Correlation - Two Keys to Sound Conclusions by Chris Staats. November 2.
- Publishing a Genealogy E-Book by Thomas MacEntee. November 9.
- Dating Family Photographs by Jane Neff Rollins. November 16.
- Nature & Nurture - Family History for Adoptees by Janet Hovorka and Amy Slade. November 18.
- Multi-Media Story Telling by Devin Ashby. November 30.
- Becoming a Genealogy Detective by Sharon Atkins. December 7.
- From the Heartland - Utilizing Online Resources in Midwest Research by Luana Darby. December 14.
- Tracing Your European Ancestors by Julie Goucher. December 16.
- An Introduction to BillionGraves by Garth Fitzner. December 21.
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