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Deep Web Search Tools for Genealogy?

Generally, the iceberg analogy, as applied to genealogy, refers to the fact that most records are not digitized and not online. However the "deep web" (as defined on the graphic in the question: ...
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Software/tool to generate 'trial' family trees?

If you have Microsoft Powerpoint, you can open a new presentation and then search for "family tree" and they give you 8 different templates that you can choose from: These use "Smart Art" so the ...
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Software/tool to generate 'trial' family trees?

I have personally become a fan of LucidChart.com for anything I need to rough out or even formally do for smaller trees. It has a few tree / family tree / genealogy charts that can handle small ...
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Software/tool to generate 'trial' family trees?

Have you had a look at the SVG Generator by Tony Proctor? It maybe overkill for what you want BUT it will give you the graphical interface that you want and also allows you to record vital information ...
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Layout tools to print big GEDCOM plus pictures to posters?

MyHeritage's Family Tree Builder can auto-generate an ancestral chart with pctures. I made this 14" x 30" chart a few years ago, but don't remember all the options available.
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Automatically marking relatives dead when born more than 100 years ago

As a Gedcom file is just plain text you can easily modify it with a plain text editor such as the free Notepad++. If you do get Notepad++ it also has a free addon Gedcom parser. You can then do a ...
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Automatically marking relatives dead when born more than 100 years ago

I've written a small Python script for this, also trying to estimate each individual's birth date based on their relatives, at https://github.com/zommuter/gedcom-reaper-py, where feedback can be ...
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Software/tool to generate 'trial' family trees?

I may be misunderstanding the question but I create trial or "research" trees all the time in Ancestry. But to avoid leading other ancestry users astray by what I consider as tentative relationships ...
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