Another webinar in the BCG series, presented by Jeanne Larzalere Bloom, CG
Ms. Bloom used the analogy of creating a proof argument as in creating a tapestry, a family tapestry if you will.
In her analogy, she tells us that:
Genealogy Standards form the loom, or framework, of our proof argument.
Reasonably Exhaustive Research includes the warp threads. Warp threads are strong and run up and down the length of the tapestry.
Argument is the woof threads. Woof threads are woven using the direct, indirect, negative, and conflicting evidence.
Conclusion is your tapestry. It meets the Genealogical Proof Standard and combines the five elements into a connected whole (who, what, when, where, and why).
Where the assertion of kinship is first introduced in your report is where you weave in the written and documented conclusion.
I have been considering this as I begin to put together my KDP, how to include my arguments.
Another great learning session!