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From: bob gillis <>
Subject: Re: [TMG] OT: size of .sqz files
Date: Wed, 03 Sep 2003 15:14:33 -0400
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The size of the backup file depends on losts of variable beside the
number of people. The number of tags, the complexity of the sentences
and roles, the number of sources and citations, the number and type of
exhibits and the compressions all affect the .sqz file size.
My Ver 4.0d 10330 person file with no exhibits and smallest backup takes
Wayne Jones wrote:
> Hi Folks
> To assist with a project that I am working on I would really appreciate it
> if I could get some idea of just how big .sqz files can become.
> Would anyone interested in responding email me with an idea of the number of
> persons in their dataset and the size of the associated .sqz file,
> particularly if it exceeds 1MB.
> Please contact me off list at
> Thanks and regards to all
> Wayne Jones
> New Gisborne, Australia
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