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From: "Laurie Jones Williams" <>
Subject: RE: [TMG] Projects and Data Sets
Date: Sun, 21 Mar 2004 10:14:45 -0500
No,unfortunately this isn't the case. The data sets are like separate
projects within one project. They can be viewed together, but not linked.
Your parents and grandparents would still need to be in all three (or two).
You should read Terry's article on this subject:
From: David Reed [mailto:]
Sent: Sunday, March 21, 2004 9:45 AM
Subject: [TMG] Projects and Data Sets
I am new to using TMG and I'm not sure I understand this concept of
sets and projects and their relationship. I had a look at the archives and
from what I read, it appears that the data can be split into subsets, but
it is still treated as if it were a single large data set. Is this correct?
I split my data into subsets many years ago when the program I was
(Roots 3) limited the size of the data set to how much memory was
available. The downside of this was that my grandparents were in two of the
data sets and I and my parents were in all three. It would appear to me
that I can now put them in a single project while retaining them as three
separate data sets and, by fixing the links, could eliminate the duplicate
individuals and still retain the correct links.
David Reed ()
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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