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homeabout the author biographical material affiliate & privacy policies archives contact me presentations the genetic genealogist adding dna to the genealogist's toolbox the shared cm project blaine bettinger29 may 2015 for reference, here are all posts for the shared cm project: most up-to-date post (must read!): “update to the shared cm project” – june 26, 2016 “collecting sharing information for known relationships“ “collecting sharing information for known relationships – part ii“ “the shared cm project – an update“ “visualizing data from the shared cm project“ “the shared cm project – longest shared segment“ “visualizing distributions for the shared cm project“ the portal for data submission is here. genealogy looking for my x-dna charts? blaine bettinger22 march 2013 8 comments interested in learning about the unique inheritance of the x chromosome through the use of some cool visual charts? look no further: “unlocking the genealogical secrets of the x chromosome“ “more x-chromosome charts“ and be sure to check out debbie parker wayne’s great charts at “x-dna inheritance charts“! genealogy legacytree genealogists has a new grandparent mapping tool blaine bettinger23 january 2017 0 comments legacytree genealogists is a genealogy research firm founded in 2004 and based in salt lake city but with professional researchers in many different places around the world. they do quite a bit of dna work, which is how they got on my radar a few years ago. today, legacytree genealogists released a new inheritance chart tool for mapping a grandchild’s dna to his or her four grandparents. the tool produces a chart showing exactly what segments of dna came from which grandparent, along with a spreadsheet of those segments. there’s a blog post here: “discover what you’re made of with grandparent inheritance charts.” one of the things i like best about this tool is the ease with which you can create a spreadsheet to upload and use the tool. at a minimum, you need three things: ... click to read more! genealogy quantifying tree availability for my ancestrydna matches blaine bettinger20 january 2017 13 comments last week, ancestrydna announced that their database has reached 3 million people, and that they had sold 1.4 million kits on top of that in the last 3 months of 2016.  see “ancestry sets ancestrydna sales record over holiday period and fourth quarter” for more information. this means that by summer or fall of 2017, the database is likely to reach 5 million people. many people have noted that many of these new test-takers will undoubtedly not have trees. that’s true, unfortunately, although it is a challenge rather than an absolute roadblock. it is an opportunity for experienced genealogists to engage new genealogists and encourage and help them. indeed, many of them will never add a tree, and that will be very, very frustrating. but at least a small fraction of those will have a good reason for not doing so. the majority without trees will likely either not know how to do it, or may only be interested in ethnicity. ... click to read more! genealogy adoptee testing: a study blaine bettinger8 january 2017 7 comments today, judy russell at the legal genealogist published “dna testing for adoptees: 2017,” an excellent primer for adoptees or foundlings looking to use dna to find their biological family. if you’ve tested your dna and spent time with your results, it is likely that you’ve encountered an adoptee looking for information. if you are an adoptee, judy’s post is a must read, as it contains a new testing plan due to a new “pond to fish in,” a genealogy company offering autosomal dna testing for the first time in 2016. here’s the link, just be sure to come back after you’re done reading: “dna testing for adoptees: 2017.” the american adoption congress welcome back! in april, i will be an invited keynote speaker at the 38th annual american adoption congress international conference in atlanta, georgia. in that keynote, i want to provide adoptees with information about how dna can help them (for many this will undoubtedly be their first introduction to the power of dna). however, i also wanted to share the experience of adoptees who test in the databases today. how often do they find biological family? what are their closest matches? and so much more. ... click to read more! genealogy the danger of distant matches blaine bettinger6 january 2017 55 comments we know that small segments shared between two individuals can be problematic (see small matching segments – friend or foe?), whether the two individuals are closely related or distantly related (or not related at all, as we’ll see). i call small segments (which i usually classify as 5 cm or less) as poison because it is currently impossible to decipher between which are real segments and which are not. in the following analysis, i use the wonderful new match-o-match tool at dnagedcom to compare my and my parents’ match lists from ancestrydna. the match-o-match tool is a powerful spreadsheet analysis tool developed by don worth. it is available to dnagedcom subscribers as part of the dnagedcom client. for more, see page 10 of the pdf here. thank you don for this great new tool! ... click to read more! genealogy clustering shared matches blaine bettinger3 january 2017 25 comments given the lack of a chromosome browser, the shared matches tool at ancestrydna is one of the most powerful tools available to genealogists. once you have a list of genetic cousins at ancestrydna, you can mine the shared matches with each of those cousins, looking for patterns of shared ancestry among the shared matches. this works better if you have a well-researched tree and several tested relatives on multiple different sides/branches of the family. please. i know i say this a thousand times in the post and the caveats at the end, but please use caution with this. i’m posting this because i found it useful, and i would like to get feedback on what others are doing in this area, particularly with regard to automation of this process. this is dangerous, so use caution! ... click to read more! genealogy what is a genetic genealogist? blaine bettinger27 december 2016 7 comments is there such a thing as a “genetic genealogist” in genealogy today? should there be such a thing? in a previous post (“the dna era of genealogy“) we talked about how dna is a record type, similar to a census record, land record, vital record, or tax record. all of these record types provide evidence that – when combined with other types of evidence – support, weigh against, or reject a genealogical hypothesis. however, dna alone cannot prove anything; dna evidence must be combined with other types of evidence in order to arrive at a solid genealogical conclusion. as a result, it is impossible to be a genetic genealogist and nothing else. to use dna evidence properly (or at least to its fullest potential), one must also be a good genealogist. ... click to read more! genealogy assistance needed! blaine bettinger21 december 2016 1 comment as you know, i’ve been collecting submissions of known relationships and shared cms for the shared cm project for about 1.5 years, and i have more than 10,000 submissions. (if you have submitted yet and would like to, the form is here). i have a ton of data and recently provided an update (see “update to the shared cm project“). however, there is still much to do. for example, i’d like to analyze the following: longest segment analysis known endogamy/pedigree collapse versus no known endogamy pedigree collapse company breakdowns (23andme v. ancestrydna v. family tree dna v. gedmatch) others? (i’m open to suggestions!) but i need help! i have time to oversee and assist with the analysis, but i just don’t have time to do it all myself. if you have statistics experience or are otherwise able to assist me with this project over the next month or two, please contact me at blainebettinger@gmail.com. include your experience and your interest in the project. thank you! ... click to read more! genealogy the dna era of genealogy blaine bettinger17 december 2016 34 comments when does dna prove a relationship? when is a triangulation group sufficiently large enough to prove descent from an ancestral couple? when is a shared dna segment large enough to prove someone is your first (or second/third/fourth, etc.) cousin? at what point does the dna prove that i am descended from samuel snell? when does the dna prove that you’ve found your great-grandmother’s biological parents? never. and this is, perhaps, one of the greatest misconceptions in the post-dna era of genealogy. what is proof? genealogy is the study of lives and relationships. accordingly, genealogists spend much of their time identifying, hypothesizing, supporting, and sometimes rejecting, relationships. unless you have direct knowledge of a relationship (and even sometimes when you do), you identify relationships using evidence that you’ve gathered from multiple different sources (including dna, census, land, tax, vital, and many other types of records). ... click to read more! genealogy visual phasing: an example (part 5 of 5) blaine bettinger27 november 2016 2 comments five-part series on visual phasing: part i – explaining visual phasing and identifying/labeling recombination points (november 21, 2016) part ii – assigning segments of dna (november 22, 2016) part iii – using cousin matches to identify which grandparent provided the segments (november 25, 2016) part iv – mapping my own chromosome using the visually phased paternal chromosomes (november 26, 2016) part v – using the mapped dna with new matches (november 27, 2016) in “visual phasing: an example (part 1),” we identified and labeled all of the recombination points in the three siblings, susan, brooke, and felix. then, in part 2 of the series, we used the identified and labeled recombination points to assign segments of dna to the four grandparents (the blue grandparent and grey grandparent pair, and the purple grandparent and green grandparent pair). in part 3 of the series, we used cousin matching to identify the grandparental source of the chromosomal segments. and finally, in part 4 of the series, we characterized my paternal chromosome. after part 3, we had the following for brooke, susan, and felix: now that we have this information, let’s see if we can use that to explore new matches with brooke, susan, and felix. ... click to read more! genealogy visual phasing: an example (part 4 of 5) blaine bettinger26 november 2016 3 comments five-part series on visual phasing: part i – explaining visual phasing and identifying/labeling recombination points (november 21, 2016) part ii – assigning segments of dna (november 22, 2016) part iii – using cousin matches to identify which grandparent provided the segments (november 25, 2016) part iv – mapping my own chromosome using the visually phased paternal chromosomes (november 26, 2016) part v – using the mapped dna with new matches in “visual phasing: an example (part 1),” we identified and labeled all of the recombination points in the three siblings, susan, brooke, and felix. then, in part 2 of the series, we used the identified and labeled recombination points to assign segments of dna to the four grandparents (the blue grandparent and grey grandparent pair, and the purple grandparent and green grandparent pair). in part 3 of the series, we used cousin matching to identify the grandparental source of the chromosomal segments. after part 3, we had the following for brooke, susan, and felix: since felix is my father and susan and brooke are my aunts, i might be able to compare my dna to my aunts in order to identify which of the segments i obtained from my father. ... click to read more! genealogy previous articles about the genetic genealogist examines the intersection of traditional genealogical techniques and modern genetic research. the blog also explores the latest news and developments in the related field of personal genomics. available now! available in the ngs store. available now! available in paperback! search tgg subscribe enter your email address:delivered by feedburner subscribe to my rss feed! recent commentslaura on ancestrydna announces new in common with toollaura on clustering shared matcheslaura on clustering shared matches23andme: was macht man mit den daten, wenn man sie hat? – dennis schmolk on what else can i do with my dna test results?blaine bettinger on quantifying tree availability for my ancestrydna matches © 2017 the genetic genealogist. all rights reserved. flato by themememe


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