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File organization is important in computers, but for genealogy and family history research work it is absolutely imperative. Creating links between files (such as source documents that have been scanned, research logs, analysis forms, and records managers) can help in keeping the sources available for quick view while studying and analyzing a research problem. Many types of organizing methods exist, so researchers can adopt and then adapt them to personal styles. Some important considerations are discussed in detail in other articles here in the FSWiki:
Organizing Your Files, which deals with general organization matters, also providing links to other important topics
Research Compass Description, which introduces a comprehensive approach to linking digitized sources, research logs, analysis tables, reports, and records management programs
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