On 14/05/13 16:17, Kenneth Pronovici wrote:
> I'm trying to figure out the best way to communicate with a
> non-technical source about what information I already have and what I
> need. I'm using GRAMPS 3.4.2-1 on Windows.
> Basically, I'd like to tell my source, "Here are all of the people in
> your history who I already know about, can you help me fill in the
> blanks?" I'd like to include her direct ancestors as well as the
> complete tree of other relations for her ancestry -- cousins, aunts,
> uncles, etc.
> I'd be happy with either graphical or textual format as a PDF. What I
> can't figure out is which plugin, report or combination thereof gets
> me this information. The Relationship Graph is similar to what I need
> (especially after following the "Howto: Make a relationship chart"),
> but not all of the people are included. Same goes for the Detailed
> Ancestor Report and Family Lines report.
> For this particular scenario, the tree I'd like to report on includes
> only 30 or so people. However, I'd like to figure out how to do this
> in general, because I keep running into the same question as I meet
> new people in my extended family.
> I appreciate the help. I feel like I must be missing something obvious.
One way to do this is to create a person filter that selects the 30 or
so people that you want to focus on. Then you can produce something
using that filter, such as a relationship graph or complete individual