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It is offered as an alternative to the [[Example.gramps|example.gramps]] file and supports a different learning modality. The GrampsPseudonymTree is more abstract and tries to avoid becoming obscured by non-essential detail. The idea is to avoid losing clear sight of the Tree's trunk & branches behind the leaves.
The [[Image:Gramps-view.png|link=]] {{man label|file is corrupt and does not work}} '''[[:File:GrampsPseudonymTree(02Feb2020).gz|GrampsPseudonymTree(02Feb2020).gz]]''' file ideally will have an abstraction to represent the various relationships in Gramps.
The 'names' are actually generic labels of the relationship. This allows sample reports, charts & filters to be run where the abstracted results automatically self-document & build their own lookup key. It is useful for verifying results when developing an add-onaddon. If designing a '[[Gramps_Glossary#books report|book]]' collation of reports, running the book design on this abstracted Tree of data can produce the foundation for a 'how to interpret this book' section.
This abstracted data helps verify that the database was polled correctly and the data placement is appropriate. Also, when generating indexed output based on a [[Genealogical_Numbering_Systems|Genealogical Numbering System]], the output can be directly compared to the relationship without the need for a lookup or search in the database.
* [ Gramps-Project example files] (GitHub folder)
* [[Plugins_Command_Line#Generate_Testcases_for_Persons_and_Families|testcase file generator]]
* [ GedFan] : Ahnen Numbered AhnenNumbered ([[Genealogical_Numbering_Systems#Ahnentafel|anentafel]] numbering system) pseudonym tree generator by Tamura Jones
[[Category:Gramps Examples]]

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