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Analyze Your DNA Results Further: Food Choices| Genomelink

Genetic testing is one of the best ways you can learn about your ancestors and the lives they lived. Your DNA can be the key to unlock the door to the past and discover your roots, the places your ancestors lived, and connect you with family members across the world. …

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GEDmatch | segment-ology

A Segment-ology TIDBIT Genetic Genealogy has two main parts: genetic – the Shared DNA Segments; and genealogy – the Most Recent Common Ancestor (MRCA) with a Match. In a perfect world we link a Match and his/her Shared DNA Segment to the MRCA who passed it down to both of…

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AncestryDNA vs GEDMatch : AncestryDNA

I have great-grandparents from a different ethnic background – Italian, German, Hungarian, Romanian, Slovak, Irish, English, Welsh. My AncestryDNA results skew very heavily towards Italian and German (and the extra Scandinavian that is really German) with the others much less. GEDMatch and MyHeritage results and matches skews much more heavily…

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23andme, MyHeritage, FTDNA and GEDmatch + reference photo. Still waiting on my AncestryDNA results : 23andme

Hi! I’m Canadian. Although I don’t know for sure because my mother was adopted when she was a child and I don’t know my biological father (there was rumour that I didn’t put any stock into until 2 months ago that he’s Italian), I’m going to assume that I’m 100%…

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AutoKinship at GEDmatch by Genetic Affairs

Genetic Affairs has created a new version of AutoKinship at GEDmatch. The new AutoKinship report adds new features, allows for more kits to be included in the analysis, and integrates multiple reports together: AutoCluster – the autoclusters we all know and love AutoSegment – clusters based on segments AutoTree –…

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upload ancestry dna to gedmatch

That fee is less expensive than retesting, but V4 customers should consider retesting to obtain fully compatible matching. By Brad Bergan. GEDmatch users may upload their autosomal DNA test data from commercial DNA companies to identify … Like 23and Me, it shows the proportion of your DNA from a particular…

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GENEALOGICAL DNA TESTING – My Opinion on Gedmatch and more. – nc1700sJORDAN Genetic Genealogy now NCFamilyGenetic Genealogy

  Ok,  This is my opinion.  I am asked often about GEDMATCH.  It may come up when I am delivering a presentation or workshop about genetic genealogy. It may be an email or message via Ancestry from someone about a possible DNA match and the sender has surrendered their tester’s…

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A warrant to search GEDmatch’s genetic data sparks privacy concerns

A Florida state judge has reportedly allowed police to search the entirety of the public genealogy website GEDmatch — home to the DNA profiles of more than a million Americans. The decision, the first of its kind, has alarmed some legal experts and sparked fears that similar searches will be…

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Cousin Match through GEDMatch – Fred Krause

Fred is the closest match to my family through 23andme. I thought he was decended from Ebenezor who would be my great grandfather Ishmaels brother. A Jane Devota from New Lothrup Michigan only a few miles from my home town Chesaning is decended from Ebenezor also. Her mother was a…

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