Research Analysis Table

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What do researchers do after recording a complex, chaotic set of data in their research logs? The answer is to analyze and think, organize and carefully evaluate the evidence. The following table has helped me do just that. You may want to create a table like this in a word processor such as Microsoft Word, where you can add rows and expand them. Sorting the rows by names, dates, and other data can make the process exciting and effective. Try it, and then please share improvements here on the FamilySearchWiki.
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What do researchers do after recording a complex, chaotic set of data in their research logs? The answer is to analyze and think, organize and carefully evaluate the evidence. The following table has helped me do just that. You may want to create a table like this in a word processor such as Microsoft Word, where you can add rows and expand them. Sorting the rows by names, dates, and other data can make the process exciting and effective. Try it, and then please share improvements here on the FamilySearchWiki.  
  
 
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Research Analysis Table

What do researchers do after recording a complex, chaotic set of data in their research logs? The answer is to analyze and think, organize and carefully evaluate the evidence. The following table has helped me do just that. You may want to create a table like this in a word processor such as Microsoft Word, where you can add rows and expand them. Sorting the rows by names, dates, and other data can make the process exciting and effective. Try it, and then please share improvements here on the FamilySearchWiki.