Autosomal DNA – What You Can Do with the Data
Click HERE for a complete list of DNA Do-Over topics for 2018
During February 2018, we will cover the following areas of this topic:
- Why testing Autosomal DNA FIRST is important
- How to determine how much Autosomal DNA you share
- Determine Autosomal DNA matches and sorting your matches
DNA Do-Over Month 2 Resources
This is a developing list and as we discuss this month’s topic we will add to this document and finalize it on February 28th.
- Getting Started with DNA and Genealogy Digital Download presented by Mary Eberle, JD. Two 90-minute webinars plus syllabus materials covering:
Introduction to Using DNA for Genealogy Research: Want to start using DNA for genealogy research but want guidance on the best approach? Received your DNA results and want a better understanding of them? This talk covers DNA basics, available tests, where to test, and how to develop your DNA testing plan.
Using Autosomal DNA for Genealogy Research: Autosomal DNA (atDNA) provides the most useful information for most genealogists. Learn how to analyze your atDNA test results and how to find common ancestors with your DNA matches.
Click HERE for more information – via DNA Bargains
- Autosomal DNA Statistics Chart: a great resource from ISOGG (International Society of Genetic Genealogy). Click HERE to access
DNA Do-Over Facebook Group and More
An interactive collaborative community for the DNA Do-Over has been created on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/dnadoover/. Those hoping to participate in the DNA Do-Over are encouraged to join. Just like the entire DNA Do-Over program, there is no fee or “upcharge” for this collaborative environment.
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