Saturday, 3 August 2013

DNA | How to triangulate matches

For those that are new to DNA and genetic genealogy you will hear the term triangulation a lot, and yes I do this with my matches.  Randy Majors has a fantastic page/tutorial on how to do it.  I use it conjunction with 529andyou, a Google Chrome extension.  These are amazingly helpful and useful tools in forming a picture/pattern with your results and matches. Triangulate to find more meaningful matches using ...: Updated May 8, 2013 with new 23andMe website navigation and match figures: The allure and potential of the latest generation of autosomal...

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