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homeabout the authorbiographical materialaffiliate & privacy policiesarchivescontact mepresentations 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 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 visual phasing: an example (part 3 of 5) blaine bettinger25 november 2016 0 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 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): but without more information, we don’t know to which grandparent each segment belongs. today, we’ll use cousin matching (defining “cousin” to mean anyone other than the siblings) to first identify the maternal pair of chromosomes, and the paternal pair of chromosomes. hopefully, in the process, we’ll be able to assign the segments to each of the four grandparents, rather than just maternal/paternal. ... click to read more! genealogy visual phasing: an example (part 2 of 5) blaine bettinger22 november 2016 4 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 part iv – mapping my own chromosome using the visually phased paternal chromosomes part v – using the mapped dna with new matches in “visual phasing: an example (part i),” we identified and labeled all of the recombination points in the three siblings, susan, brooke, and felix: in part 2 of the series, we’ll use the identified and labeled the recombination points to assign segments of dna to the four grandparents. step 3 – fill in chromosomes the next step is to fill in the chromosomes using the identified recombination points. we’re going to start with the fully identical region shared by susan and brooke, shown in the red square in the next image. we can fill into both chromosomes for susan and brooke (the blue and purple segments): each of the blue and purple segments is one of the following segments: (i) paternal grandfather; (ii) paternal grandmother; (iii) maternal grandfather; or (iv) maternal grandmother. we’ll try to figure out which is which later. ... click to read more! genealogy visual phasing: an example (part 1 of 5) blaine bettinger21 november 2016 30 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 part iv – mapping my own chromosome using the visually phased paternal chromosomes part v – using the mapped dna with new matches this weekend, i spoke at a meeting of the new england chapter of the association of professional genealogists, and it was a wonderful group. one of my talks was about “chromosome mapping.” unfortunately, since the talk was only an hour, we didn’t have time to discuss “visual phasing,” a chromosome mapping methodology. instead, i promised to finish this blog post to explain the process. as i was writing, the blog post turned into a 5-part series! quick summary what is it? a method to assign segments of dna to the test-taker’s four grandparents. why use it? to identify which grandparent gave the test-taker which segments of dna (eliminating 75% of the family tree to search for mrca). what do you need? autosomal dna of three siblings uploaded to gedmatch. visual phasing visual phasing is a process by which the dna of three siblings is assigned to each of their four grandparents using identified recombination points, without requiring the testing of either the parents or grandparents. although the process does not automatically reveal which segment belongs to which of the four grandparents, matching with cousins provides this identification as a further step of the process. ... click to read more! genealogy announcing “the family tree guide to dna testing and genetic genealogy” blaine bettinger14 october 2016 2 comments i am so happy to officially announce “the family tree guide to dna testing and genetic genealogy,” my effort to help people understand dna and genetic genealogy. the book, published by family tree books, is 240 pages long and covers every aspect of dna testing for ancestry research: part one: getting started – genetic genealogy basics; common misconceptions; and ethics and genetic genealogy part two: selecting a test – mitochondrial-dna (mtdna) testing; y-chromosomal (y-dna) testing; autosomal-dna (atdna) testing; and x-chromosomal (x-dna) testing part three: analyzing and applying test results – third-party autosomal-dna tools; ethnicity estimates; analyzing complex questions with dna; genetic testing for adoptees; and the future of genetic genealogy appendices – comparison guides; research forms; and more resources for a preview of the book, you can visit the amazon page or google books. as you’ll see, the book is full of color images that help explain all aspects of dna and genetic genealogy, like the following (only a portion of each are shown): here are a few reviews of the guide: review: new guide to dna testing by judy russell review: guide to dna testing and genetic genealogy by ann raymont review: the family tree guide to dna testing and genetic genealogy by thomas macentee you can also hear me talk about the guide on episode #8 of the genealogy connection with drew smith. the book is available for purchase at the following: amazon (paperback or kindle) family tree (paperback or ebook) – paperback is currently (oct. 13, 2016) sold out family roots publishing (paperback) barnes and noble (paperback or nook book) – paperback is currently (oct. 13, 2016) sold out american ancestors by nehgs (paperback) (also available online via places like target, walmart, books-a-million, and bookdepository) and, if you’ve purchased and read the guide, please consider leaving a review at amazon! ... click to read more! genealogy second cousins (or closer) that don’t share dna? blaine bettinger3 october 2016 19 comments caution should always be taken before pursuing an answer to a genealogical question. ask yourself (or your relative) before diving into the research whether you really want to know the answer, and whether you think you are prepared for it. just because you as a genealogist may be prepared for the result does not mean everyone in your family will be. this is as true with dna evidence as it is with any other type of genealogical evidence. just as a census record or birth certificate can reveal a family secret, so can the results of a dna test. the genetic genealogy standards, for example, make clear that unexpected results can occur: 12. unexpected results. genealogists understand that dna test results, like traditional genealogical records, can reveal unexpected information about the tester and his or her immediate family, ancestors, and/or descendants. for example, both dna test results and traditional genealogical records can reveal misattributed parentage, adoption, health information, previously unknown family members, and errors in well-researched family trees, among other unexpected outcomes. ... click to read more! genealogy genetic genealogy and native american dna blaine bettinger29 june 2016 46 comments [edit (7/6/2016): razib khan discusses the same issue here.] i despise all politics. i suppose someone has to do it, but i always do my best to avoid discussing it either in person or online. i consider it to be a huge success when people don’t know my political leanings (is “away from all politics” a political leaning?). currently, however, there is a political figure who potentially has asserted that he or she might have distant native american ancestors (specifically, cherokee ancestors). for no real reason other than politics, some have disputed the claim, and the media is actually writing stories about it. trust me, this whole ‘debate’ surrounding one person’s ancestry is so unbelievably unimportant that you don’t want to waste your time to look it up. ... click to read more! genealogy update to the shared cm project blaine bettinger26 june 2016 31 comments [edit: pdf edited on 31 july 2016 to correct the averages for 1c and 1c1r (hat tip to andrew millard, thank you!)] the shared cm project is a collaborative data collection and analysis project created to understand the ranges of shared centimorgans associated with various known relationships. as of june 2016, total shared cm data for more than 10,000 known relationships has been provided. this is the first update to the original data, released in may 2015. in this update there are more than 4,000 new entries. additionally, the data for each relationship has been analyzed statistically to remove extreme outliers and produce a histogram to show the distribution. for more information see the shared cm project page, and “autosomal dna statistics” page at the isogg wiki. here is the link to provide your data for future updates. ... click to read more! genealogy charging for (genetic) genealogy services blaine bettinger22 june 2016 53 comments in our culture and economy, we place a value on the goods and services that we create or offer. since others may not have the time or ability to create those goods or services themselves, we sell what we create to others in order to earn money. as we improve upon those goods and services, it becomes increasingly hard for others to replicate them, and thus the value increases. similarly, as the demand for those goods and services increases, the value increases. unfortunately, the services offered by genealogists, including genetic genealogists, are severely undervalued in our culture. one of the most common explanations is that genealogy is a hobby and therefore subscriptions and research services are an unnecessary expense, and/or that people only use “disposable income” for genealogy. (don’t say that outloud at a genealogy conference!). ... 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 commentsrodney slatter on update to the shared cm projectblaine bettinger on second cousins (or closer) that don’t share dna?erin c van zante on second cousins (or closer) that don’t share dna?mesa foard on announcing “genetic genealogy in practice” – a new book providing genealogists with the skills to understand and apply dnafriday finds 2 dec 2016 – copper leaf genealogy on visual phasing: an example (part 4 of 5) © 2016 the genetic genealogist. all rights reserved. flato by themememe


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