Gramps, the open source genealogy program
Gramps is a genealogy program for Linux, Windows, Mac, and FreeBSD that allows you to easily build and keep track of your family tree. It supports the GEDCOM standard, allows fine grained privacy controls and can generate many different types of reports (descendant trees, graphs, connection diagrams, ....)
PhpGedView is a revolutionary genealogy program which allows you to view and edit your genealogy on your website. It has full privacy functions, can import from GEDCOM files, and supports multimedia. It also simplifies family collaboration.
GenealogyJ is a viewer and editor for genealogic data, suitable for hobbyist, family historian and genealogy researcher. GenJ supports the Gedcom standard, is written in Java and offers many views like family tree, table, timeline, geography and more.
HuMo-gen is an open-source server-side genealogy program, that dynamically displays genealogical data from a MySQL database as a website with numerous reports and charts. Webmasters can do online editing and users may choose from several languages.
Dynamic Genealogy Viewer with PHP/MySql
Genealogy Software. Geneotree is a gedcom files PHP viewer, full dynamic on the Web. Main features : dynamic trees, cartography & stats. Many PDF reports, statistics. Special consanguinity and cousins lists. Large files management & optimized ergonomy.
Syntax highlighting and folding for GEDCOM
Enhances Notepad++ text editor's handling of GEDCOM files. View GEDCOM files with syntax highlighting of: level, xref id, tag, pointer, value and escape tokens. Customize coloration and font styles. Grammar errors are also highlighted. View GEDCOM files in outline mode by folding sections based on line level.
Free online mindmap. Give your mind a structure!
Powered by http://www.softwaresuite.de Access your data anywhere, from any device. Use our free cloud storage for public mindmaps. Store private mind maps on Google Drive, with detailed access and sharing control. All this without the need to register, have accounts or remember passwords. Productive: User interface automatically adjusts to touch displays or desktops/laptops systems. On desktops, all map operations have keyboard shortcuts. On mobile devices, toolbars convert to touch menus and buttons become larger. You can hide all the menus and toolbars to get the most out of your screen and we use HTML5 capabilities to enable you to get the most out of your browser. Smart bookmarks allow you to quickly continue where you left off. Community-driven and Open: MindMup is free, opensource, without any marketing, ads or spam. We built the software for ourselves and we respect our users.
LifeLines is a genealogy program to help with your family history research. Its primarily strengths are its powerful scripting language and the ability easily import and export information in the GEDCOM format.
GEDKeeper - program for work with personal genealogical database.
GEDKeeper program is developed for work with personal genealogical database. The program is designed for extremely simple and intuitive interface. The program is very easy to install on the computer, fully supports the GEDCOM format, has no restrictions on the number of persons and generations, allows you to generate pedigrees, building several tree species, as well as print and save their images, provides fast navigation, filtering, searching and adding multimedia materials. In addition there is an output of geographic data on Google maps (© Google). The aim of the program is as quick and effective means of conducting personal genealogical database.
FinFamily is an application for managing your genealogical data. The java application is swing based with Webstart option. It uses embedded H2 database or PostgreSQL database for storage. FinFamily has extra features for Finnish genealogy but is not limited to Finland.
Java Extensible Genealogy program
Ancestris is a genealogy program written in Java. It works under any operating system, Windows, Linux, MacOS. Ancestris is developed under GNU General Public License. Ancestris is a genealogy software that closely respects the GEDCOM 5.5 standard which will allow you to work on files that are reliable and that you can exchange and share without losing data. In addition to the editors (Ancestris comes with two editors: a GEDCOM editor and a standard one), it offers many views like tree view, geographic view, chronological view, browsers, tables: individuals, families, etc.. and numerous reports. It offers an opportunity to expand its capabilities and adapt it to your needs and desires thanks to plugins.
Program processes GEDCOM files and assigning haplogroups
Given GEDCOM file, the program groups persons by haplogroups and prints different kinds of reports including atree. Given atree - the program generates GEDCOM file from it. Utility can be used for text files transcoding (including into phonetic from russian windows-1251 GEDCOMs etc)
GDBI is a genealogy program integrator. It includes an editor and the lifelines report language. It interfaces to multiple GEDCOM databases and is most popular as a PhpGedView client. At the core is a Java API to simplify adding databases and editors.
A calculator to work with historical dates and calendars.
HistoryCal is a practical calculator designed to work with historical dates and calendars. The calculator will allow you to work with many different world calendar schemes and calculate ranges and ages based on these calendars. The calculator also has a script language that allows you to create variations of the built-in calendars: calendars that shift the new year to a different day; hybrid calendars that switch between schemes; local observational calendars that depend on a particular location; year counts that change for specific eras (regnal calendars) and calendars that require adjustment due to subtle differences in calculation.
This is a collection of plugins for Gramps open source genealogy application. These addons extend Gramps functionality with additional reports, gramplets, tools, and views. For more information on Gramps, see http://gramps-project.org/
Target is develop import and export filter for various data base systems from and to GEDCOM and GedXML (the XML specification of GEDCOM). The GEDCOM data format is prepared by "The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints" (also known as Mormone)
GeneaPro is a multi-user, cross-platform Genealogy database program based on the GenTech Genealogical Data Model. Written in Java using the Eclipse Rich Client Platform (RCP), Hibernate persistance, and SQL/JDBC databases (HSQLDB, MySQL, PostgreSQL).
Familiar is cross-platform Family Tree management (Genealogy) Software using QT. It supports viewing/editing file tree using drag-drop in multiple ways. Events allow you to define events in any number.
Genea is an database-driven application for storing person-related data of whole regions and creating family-trees. These can be printed, saved as image-files and exchange with other genealogy-applications utilizing the GEDCOM-format.
Kinship Editor is a java graphical editor for entering kinship data for further analysis or to display in application-generated diagrams. The document produced is an XML format capable of representing any form of kinship relationships.
createGedcom is an easy-to-use Java library for creating Gedcom files. It allows developers to import data from non-Gedcom sources into Gedcom 6.0 xml format. Stylesheets are provided to convert from Gedcom 6.0 xml to Gedcom 5.5 text format.
This project is for the creation of windows installation solutions for GRAMPS, an open source software project for genealogy. Please check the wiki under Hosted Apps for more information.
Converts .ahn files into comma-separated .txt and GEDCOM 5.5.1 files
This converter bridges from the .ahn file format into GEDCOM 5.5.1, It's a command-line tool written in Java. AhnConvert allows family data, laboriously grabbed decades ago surviving into state-of-the art genealogy software products. The software "Familien Chronik" by Reiner W. Dudde was a genealogy software published by Data Becker as part of the "Goldene Serie" series, back in the 1990's. Especially in Germany this tool penetrated the market to some extent. Generating a project and filling in all relatives and ancestors resulted in an .ahn file. Unfortunatelly, this format cannot be imported by any of the current genealogy software. On the other side, GEDCOM can be read without problems by most of today's programs.
Controversial ideas of Williamson, Margulis & others suggest speciation by hybridizing might be more common than originally thought. Taking this concept to the nth degree & assuming that indeed, speciation mostly occurs by hybridizing events, not the accumulation of mutations or genetic drift, here is a catalogueoflife2gedcom converter. It allows the tree of life to be displayed as a human genealogy tree with hybridizing events depicted as "marriages." The idea then is that mutation accrual & genetic drift are the determining factors for "species maturation," not speciation itself. Unfortunately the Catalogue of Life Project, catalogueoflife.org, changed its database format more recently, so this converter only works on older versions of the data. In the last working version of the database, making the assumption that each taxonomic name, no matter what level, refers to an original real species & starting them all as female, over 2 million "species/persons" were generated.