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How Do You Assort Hand Prints?

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How Do You Assort Hand Prints?

Post  Kiran.Katawa on Tue Jun 05, 2012 9:15 am

Hi,

I think many of us here are collecting the handprints.

I would like to know how do you assort your hand prints?
Is it based on name or the speciality of the hand features.?
If its name - Finding out example handprints for specific features will be difficult.
If its specific features - Finding out the hand-prints of a particular person will be difficult.

Please suggest!


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Re: How Do You Assort Hand Prints?

Post  Laurah on Tue Jun 05, 2012 12:09 pm

Hi

If I were palmist, I would simply make some kind of index, whith keywords, and rank my prints by name.
after that, looking for such or such type of print, I would just have to search in my index


But I'm not palmist yet, I'm just engineer, and I know good ranking is time! lol!
hope you'll have lot of good replies wave

sunny

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Re: How Do You Assort Hand Prints?

Post  anacaro21 on Tue Jun 05, 2012 9:43 pm

Hi Kiran,

If I was one too, I would definitely do it by the specialty of the hand features. I think it would be a best way of access when wanting to refresh or assert information of the feature or as well for comparison purposes ..... Very Happy

Ana wave

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Re: How Do You Assort Hand Prints?

Post  zaobhand on Tue Jun 05, 2012 9:55 pm

I have just recently began a collection. I will probably try to go for two main directories. One assorted by name and/or thread title. Another by special features. So it will be a duplicate. Either could be accessed depending on available memory at any given moment.

Edit: Kiran, you mean paper hand prints, or files stored on computer?

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Re: How Do You Assort Hand Prints?

Post  Patti on Tue Jun 05, 2012 10:57 pm

I have so many folders in both virtual and real file folders!

On the computer, my first categories relates to the source. I have a different folder for the various forums and internet sources. I have folders for members who share prints from their collections from time to time over the years. This helps me keep track of where I found them and who they belong to so I won't use them publicly without permission. If I read someone's hands here, I save their images in a folder with their id on it. That's mainly because I prefer to study the hands off line.

Then I have folders labeled by the years. Hands 2000, Hands 2012, etc. and in these I keep my digitals I take at events and private readings and these have subcategories by month. These I know are mine to use as I please. I have ink prints in these folder too.

Then I have categories which are sorted and labeled and relate mostly to dermatoglyphics, unusual features, fetal development and abnormalities. I copy images from the other folders to these and try to mark them so I can recall where they originated.

This is what works for me. When I'm looking for particular features, I don't have categories, like 'long head lines', I just go looking through what I've got when I need to find something.

In the tangible reality, I keep files of people I have printed over the years, including friends and family. In these folders are photos, newspaper clippings, handwriting samples, birth charts etc. My dossiers. Wink


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Re: How Do You Assort Hand Prints?

Post  Lynn on Wed Jun 06, 2012 1:10 am

great question Kiran! I started with folders of hand prints sorted by chronological order - date of taking the print. I could remember the people and when I took the prints, and also some of their hand features. Then I reorganised some prints to keep together prints taken from the same families. As time went on, it became more complicated and I forgot who some of them belonged to - yes they had names on, but who was that person?
Then I pulled some of the prints out to show my students the various hand features. So then I had some in date order, some in family order, and some piles of simian lines, whorls on luna, etc. Now I have numerous folders and plastic bags full of hand prints that are completely disorganised. Not even the same person's left and right are together! I can't find anything!
My list of 'jobs to do' for the last 5 or maybe 10 years has been to go through them all, number them, then cross-reference and list the hand features found on each. It will probably never happen Laughing

PS oh and then there are the prints & pics I have on computer.
If anyone can help me decide how to organise all this stuff I will be most grateful!

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Re: How Do You Assort Hand Prints?

Post  Patti on Wed Jun 06, 2012 3:18 am

Laurah wrote:Hi

If I were palmist, I would simply make some kind of index, whith keywords, and rank my prints by name.
after that, looking for such or such type of print, I would just have to search in my index


But I'm not palmist yet, I'm just engineer, and I know good ranking is time! lol!
hope you'll have lot of good replies wave

sunny

This is an excellent idea. I imagine you mean something like a card file index, but I'm also thinking adding the keyword along with the name. For instance add simian or arches after the name. Then use either the image viewing software's search engine or the computer's file search to find all the files with that word. Like: Joe - 8 Arches - Lunar Whorl - Few Lines or something like that.

Thumbs up!

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Re: How Do You Assort Hand Prints?

Post  Kiran.Katawa on Wed Jun 06, 2012 5:47 am

Thank you all for the replies.
Good ideas.

I am mainly looking for hand prints (ink prints, of which we store hard copies).

I have this simple solution for computer storage of digital images:
Keep them in the named folders.
Keep an excel file with 2 columns: Name and Features.
Anytime - you can reach out to any feature. That easy.
Even, what Laurah/Patti suggested also seems good.

How about ink prints? Am looking more here.
I am planning to do something similar :
Assort them based on names.
Keep few more sheets where I notedown the special feature and the owner names.
Like Simian sheet: In which I note down all Simian owner's names
Heart diseases sheet: In which I note down all heart patient's names.


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Re: How Do You Assort Hand Prints?

Post  Kiran.Katawa on Wed Jun 06, 2012 5:54 am

Lynn wrote:great question Kiran! I started with folders of hand prints sorted by chronological order - date of taking the print. I could remember the people and when I took the prints, and also some of their hand features. Then I reorganised some prints to keep together prints taken from the same families. As time went on, it became more complicated and I forgot who some of them belonged to - yes they had names on, but who was that person?
Then I pulled some of the prints out to show my students the various hand features. So then I had some in date order, some in family order, and some piles of simian lines, whorls on luna, etc. Now I have numerous folders and plastic bags full of hand prints that are completely disorganised. Not even the same person's left and right are together! I can't find anything!
My list of 'jobs to do' for the last 5 or maybe 10 years has been to go through them all, number them, then cross-reference and list the hand features found on each. It will probably never happen Laughing

PS oh and then there are the prints & pics I have on computer.
If anyone can help me decide how to organise all this stuff I will be most grateful!
Thank you Lynn.
lol! I don't wnt to land in the same situation down the line.

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Re: How Do You Assort Hand Prints?

Post  Laurah on Wed Jun 06, 2012 8:46 pm

Patti wrote:

This is an excellent idea. I imagine you mean something like a card file index, but I'm also thinking adding the keyword along with the name. For instance add simian or arches after the name. Then use either the image viewing software's search engine or the computer's file search to find all the files with that word. Like: Joe - 8 Arches - Lunar Whorl - Few Lines or something like that.

Thumbs up!

Yes, you have it
you need, of course, a computer
and you need a good software wich is able to search among the keywords, and easy to use (to "collect" the keywords). It's called a spreadsheet Very Happy
You can be engineer!!! cheers

lol!

I love this forum!!

sunny

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