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  1. TK

    Thanks for posting this, Pam. I’m working on a Timetoast timeline too, and finding it way more user-friendly than the Timerime line I posted Feb. 2. I’m glad to see what it looks like as an embed. I like the display better than Timerime also, but I do wish the embed included a way to see the list view, which is awesome, without leaving the blog. I haven’t tried printing out the list view yet, have you? I hope there’s a way to do that!
    .-= TK´s last blog ..Madness Monday: Genealogy of The Simpsons =-.

  2. Granny Pam

    Thanks, TK.

    I used it once, but didn’t use all the capabilities. I forgot to say that I had to adjust the pixel width of the chart before I embedded it. The screen where you grab the code allows this, so you just enter the width of your blog text box. I should have posted that I was disappointed that the “event description” field would not hold all the information I had for the census events. In some cases I had to shorten the information. I have not tried other tools, so I can’t compare. Remembering that it is free to use, it it nice for posting simple data.

    After doing this, for my personal research purposes, I still love the plain old excel spreadsheet. I can enter everything, see everything, and [sometimes] a tool like a timeline helps me think better.

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