Visual presentation of the single family tree

+2 votes
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Wouldn't it be nice to make a visual presentation of the complete single family tree? Yes, I know it shows ambition.

It seems so nice to find my family and acquaintances, my heroes and celebrities in our family tree. Who doesn't?

If the tree also grows realtime, when connecting new profiles, it will be completely awesome.

I'm pretty sure that if we did this in a public environment, it would be a huge hit.

Any thoughts on this?

in The Tree House by Rob Arzoni G2G3 (3.4k points)
edited by Rob Arzoni
Could you edit your post, please, so it's not pale blue on white?  My vision won't allow me to read it.

Wouldn't it be nice to make a visual presentation of the complete single family tree? Yes, I know it shows ambition.

It seems so nice to find my family and acquaintances, my heroes and celebrities in our family tree. Who doesn't?

If the tree also grows realtime, when connecting new profiles, it will be completely awesome.

I'm pretty sure that if we did this in a public environment, it would be a huge hit.

Any thoughts on this?

2 Answers

+1 vote
I'm not sure what you're asking for.  What sort of visual presentation do you mean?
by J. Crook G2G6 Pilot (200k points)

Like this:

https://www.wikitree.com/treewidget/Arzoni-1/7

or this:

https://www.wikitree.com/genealogy/Arzoni-Family-Tree-1

but for the complete singel family tree which we're all connected to. 

+1 vote
Under the Family Tree and Tools tab on your own profile you can find several different ways to display your own ancestry, and each profile would similarly have its own display.  There are also a number of different charts and display formats available on the web (where you would have to enter your own data).  All of them are constrained by how much data you can put on a single screen or single piece of paper. Or when you say "complete single family tree," do you mean all 22M profiles in the site data base?
by Dennis Barton G2G6 Pilot (381k points)
Yes, that is what I mean: the complete single family tree, 22 M and growing.

There are no restrictions on the internet. However, it will take a lot of effort. This I can imagine.

Can you imagine how many people become interested in WikiTree or their heritage if they find their family (or not) on such a website?

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