(Gramps 5.1.5 Windows)
Is there a Gramplet that lets you see the count of ancestors a person has in the database? I haven’t seen a way to do this, and I think it would make for a nice Gramplet.
2nd Great Grandparents:16
3rd Great Grandparents: 31
4th Great Grandparents: 58
That way you can see how far back an individual is researched?
I know there is a descendant count, but it would also be nice if it could be organized in a similar way to show how many grandkids there are.
Yes, there is a “Number of Ancestors” quickview that you can use with the QuickView gramplet.
Oh thank you. silly me I must have been blind today.
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Reports section. (Technically, Add-ons don’t belong in the the core documentation. But since they ARE there to compensate for a flaw in the Report help button linking, it makes sense for cross-references to have usable links.)
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Pedigree Gramplet will not only tell you the total number of ancestors and break it down by generation, but it lets you pop-up a hotlinked list of each generation. (But it doesn’t indicate numbers affected by pedigree collapse.)
Use the Configure… toolbar icon or Edit menu item to restrict the number of generations.
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