The Research Progress worksheet in My Family View begins with the visualization of your research progress, based on your settings in My Personal Research Goals, and combines that visualization with a detailed timeline. While this worksheet lacks the detailed source/citation information found in either the Source Timeline or the Detailed Worksheet, it conveys a detailed summary of the information you have recorded for this ancestor.
The header section includes:
- Birth date and location
- Death date and location
- Relationship to the home person
- Research progress in each demographic area that is configured in My Personal Research Goals and applicable to this person.
- Vital Statics
- Death Statistics
- Census Research
- Military Research
- Religious Research
- Census Records: this section includes a list of each census records located (regular print) and not located, but that GenDetective projects the person may be enumerated in (bold, italic, dark blue).
- Military Service: this section includes a list of military service records located (regular print) and not located, but that GenDetective projects the person may be enumerated in (bold, italic, dark blue).
- Spouse(s) with Marriage Date
- Timeline: this section includes a timeline for each event that includes
- Age: age of the person at this event (may be approximate)
- Date: date the event was recorded on
- Event: the type of the event (birth, census, military service, death ..)
- Sources: the number of unique source and citations supporting this event
- Event: the description of this event (3rd column, 1st item)
- Location: the location the event was recorded at
- Supporting Documentation: number of multimedia files that support this event
I must admit, this is one of my favorite go-to reports for an ancestor.