Genealogy Explained: "Do Siblings Have the Same DNA?" Graphic
Mark Orwig is the writer of the Genealogy Explained website, and he has created a neat graphic to explain the answer to the question posed ...
The Genetic Map Of Europe
Map created by eupedia.com The map above, created by eupedia.com, shows the genetic makeup of European countries based on Haplogroups. These groups each share a common ancestor and can be one way of looking at the genetic makeup of a population. In humans, haplogroups can either be based on...
How to Organize Digital Photos
Want to organize your digital photos? Here's a no fail system for organizing digital photos.
Discover Your European Ancestors' World -
Since my #DNA just came back with a heck of a lot of European info, I'm now embarking on the quest. Here are some of my favorite sites.
Confused by Your AncestryDNA Matches? Read This Post
A fantastic explanation for anyone trying to understand their DNA matches, circles and New Ancestor Discoveries at AncestryDNA.
Which Ancestry DNA Test is the Best? A Detailed Comparison Guide
Ready to take an ancestry DNA test, but aren't sure which one to choose? This detailed comparison guide and review will help.
How to Use a MyHeritage DNA Test for Genealogy: A Full Review
Take advantage of your genealogy DNA test results by uploading your raw data to MyHeritage. Recieve a free ancestry report and expand your family tree easily.
Tips for Using GEDmatch - QuickStart Guide by Genie1
An easy-to-understand guide to help beginners get started using GEDmatch, find new DNA matches, and use the most popular tools to explore DNA results.
Introduction To Using GEDmatch
This is the first post in my series on how to use GEDmatch ( My goal in writing this post is to provide an introduction to using GEDmatch to do comparisons, and explain the basics of chromosome map…
AncestryDNA | What To Do With All Those Matches | Ancestry
You took the test. You got your results. You connected with that third cousin who has the same great-great-grandfather. But, what about those dozens of other...
A Helpful DNA Relationship Chart (Especially for AncestryDNA Users) - Shared cM Project Chart
Blaine Bettinger's shared cM chart available at the Autosomal DNA Statistics page of the International Society of Genetic Genealogy Wiki. I use this all the time when I am analyzing my AncestryDNA matches. Although AncestryDNA refuses to offer a chromosome browser, they do offer some helpful bits of information. You can't see where you share DNA with any given cousin match, but you can see the total cM shared and how many segments shared. A typical scenario: no tree, no chromosome browser…
DNA made simple: This image was designed by me as part of the Post Grad diploma course in Genealogy, Palaeography and Heraldic studies at Strathclyde University and has become a very popular download for people researching the DNA