Such a Census Return would be cited four times:
By whole record for relationship to head;
By Birth Event for birthplace;
By Census Event for age;
By Occupation Attribute for occupation;
And each Citation has a separate assessment for that particular data.
Regards, Mike Tate
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Paul via <family-historian-users(a)rootsweb.com> wrote:
Though largely agreeing with Colin Thompson, I have no use at all for
GEDCOM "quality" measures - they conflate a whole series of assessments into
a single "citation" measure.
Firstly, one should be able to grade individual *sources*.
Secondly, each citation (for one event) may cover a number of detail items
(e.g. in a census return relationship to Head, age, birthplace, occupation),
some of which are more trustworthy than others.
As with risk assessments, a full picture has to take account of every level.
In general we don't do genealogy assessment that way. It's almost always
much more subjective, so why make a rod for our backs?
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