Presenting your research poll results

Here are the results of our 7th Unlock the Past poll. 217 people voted casting a total of 758 votes.

 

How do you present your research results?

Presentation method            # votes         % voters

  • maintain in paper files                161              74.2%
  • use genealogy program             196              90.3%
  • use other software                    46               21.2%
  • have published a book                29               13.4%
  • published online                         36               16.6%
  • published on CD                         15                6.9%
  • scrapbook it                              29               13.4%
  • in a photo book                         17                7.8%
  • wall charts                                 43               19.8%
  • plan to publish a book                 64               29.5%
  • plan to publish online                  17                 7.8%
  • plan to publish on CD                  41               18.9%
  • plan to scrapbook it                    19                 8.8%
  • plan to do photo books               27               12.4%
  • other                                        18                 8.3%

Where the voters came from

  • Australia – 210
  • United States – 3
  • New Zealand – 2
  • Unknown – 2

Some comments

  • only paper kept is original documentation
  • plan a wall chart
  • My Document Folders
  • I have written 2 family stories and given copies to my children and brothers
  • Exchange emails on data
  • published journal articles
  • Copies to family Members
  • Have produced it into a Word document
  • Biographies
  • share with family
  • Excel spreadsheet
  • separate booklets for each branch
  • Write and read out to Writing Group. Publish in a Family History Journal.
  • magazine articles
  • web site
  • cross stitch it
  • Copies to any relative who wants it.
  • Answer emails from other people online
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