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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 the effect of phasing on reducing false distant matches (or, phasing a parent using gedmatch) blaine bettinger26 july 2017 1 comment genealogical autosomal dna evidence relies on segments of dna shared between two or more individuals. when they are true matching segments, they provide information about shared ancestry. one problem that genealogists are currently facing is the inability to decipher between “real” or “true” matching segments and “false” segments. i won’t get too much into all the different terminology of “real” versus “false” here, because it isn’t important and takes away from the more important discussion. genealogists, like patent attorneys, can be their own lexicographer, just so long as they are understood by the reader by providing a good definition. so here are my definitions for this post (and i typically use these elsewhere): ... click to read more! genealogy new dna webinars coming from legacy family tree’s “webinar subscriber summer spectacular!” blaine bettinger6 july 2017 1 comment legacy family tree announced today their “2017 webinar subscriber summer spectacular!“, a summer-long release of 28 new webinars from six different genealogists in six different areas (researching in archives, dna, texas, u.s. census records, photo restoration, and the revolutionary war). the first batch, from melissa barker, are going live today. my batch called “dna: a closer look” releases next thursday (july 16th). i already have a number of webinars available, including a 5-part series called “fundamentals of dna.” legacy family tree has more than 500 archived webinars available to subscribers, on topics for every genealogist. from legacy family tree’s official announcement: it’s our way of saying thank you to our webinar subscribers and inviting everyone else to preview these excellent classes! ... click to read more! genealogy the y-dna mutation rate project blaine bettinger5 may 2017 9 comments [link for the survey is here: https://goo.gl/forms/ospkuafu4sgnshj73] i’ve tested myself out to 67 y-dna markers (67-111 are pending!), and i’ve compared that to two 5th cousins. we have some genetic differences, as expected, and i’m always interested in learning more about my y-dna. one thing i’d like to do, for example, is compare my results to closer relatives (father and/or son) to look for mutations in father/son pairs. what is the likelihood of a mutation arising between a father/son pair? what mutations are most likely to arise? can we use this information to improve estimates to the mrca? there are existing studies that examine y-str mutation rates (see a great list on the isogg wiki: mutation rates). most have dealt with snp-derived haplogroup ages rather than close relatives, although some have indeed utilized father/son pairs. i’m always on the lookout for more data, however, and as scientists we want this information to be repeated with different father/son pairs. once we have this data, we can incorporate it into haplogroup age estimates and many other areas of research, hopefully improving the outcomes. ... click to read more! genealogy ancestrydna’s genetic communities are finally here! blaine bettinger28 march 2017 18 comments today (march 28, 2017), ancestrydna launches a new tool called “genetic communities.” genetic communities (gcs) are groups of test-takers who are connected through their dna because they descend from an identified recent and distinct population of ancestors (somewhere around 1750 to 1850, in my experience). there is a lot to explore with these gcs, so this will be just an introduction rather than a complete guide. at 2 pm est this thursday i’m doing a webinar for legacy family tree webinars called “exploring ancestrydna’s new genetic communities.” you can register at any time. if you’re reading this after march 30, 2017 and you missed the free webinar, you’ll be able to watch the webinar if you are a legacy family tree member (and you should be!). ... click to read more! genealogy guest post: the mcguire method – simplified visual dna comparisons blaine bettinger19 march 2017 34 comments editor: last summer while co-teaching a dna course at ighr, one of the students in the class had some questions about a mystery she was trying to solve in her own family. while discussing the brick wall, lauren mcguire showed me a chart she had created with all the test-takers and their relationships to each other. unlike most other methods of displaying names, relationships, and shared dna, this chart was incredibly efficient and easy to understand. all the information was right there! it was dubbed “the mcguire method” by the class, and it remains my favorite way to display shared cm data among a group of individuals. for example, this method would have been perfect for displaying all the information in “a dna case study: revealing a misattributed parentage event with dna,” but i wanted lauren to announce her method first. it would be an interesting exercise to go back, now, and re-plot that graph using the mcguire method. ... click to read more! genealogy a dna case study: revealing a misattributed parentage event with dna blaine bettinger13 march 2017 10 comments as dna testing for genealogy becomes increasingly popular, more individuals are using the tool to examine and confirm their family trees. however, as more people are tested and comparing dna to their paper trail, more people are discovering that their genetic ancestry is not what they expected it to be. the genetic genealogy standards were created to help educate people about the possible outcomes and limitations of genetic genealogy testing. one of the possible outcomes is misattributed parentage, or the discovery that a supposed genealogical ancestor is not in one’s genetic line. many correctly point out that a misattributed ancestor is still be a social ancestor firmly rooted in one’s social tree, although it is potentially important to know when an ancestor is not one’s genetic ancestor. ... click to read more! genealogy can a genealogist refuse to use dna evidence? blaine bettinger12 march 2017 17 comments the answer is, of course, yes. a genealogist can refuse to use any evidence they don’t want to use. there is no evidence police. the real question, therefore, is whether the research from a genealogist refusing to use dna evidence can be considered complete and reliable if and only if that dna evidence: (1) would have shed light on the question (to either support or refute the hypothesis); and (2) could have been obtained. the gps and dna evidence dna evidence has been available to genealogists since 2000, although it has only reached what one might call a “critical mass” of awareness within the genealogical community in the past 5-10 years. as a result of the proliferation of dna testing, a spotlight is currently aimed at dna evidence, including when it should be used and how it should be used. ... click to read more! genealogy are you doing everything to identify your matches? blaine bettinger11 march 2017 50 comments we all know that it can be frustrating trying to identify who a genetic match is and how they are related to us. today we’ll look at some of the ways we can learn more about matches using the limited information we are given. but this post has a two-fold purpose. the first purpose is to help people identify their ancestrydna matches even if the match has no tree, has a private tree, has a meagre tree, and/or is not communicating. keep in mind, some people have very good reasons for not having a public tree (they don’t have one, there’s a bad history, and so on), so this post is not at all about chastising people who don’t have a tree. the second purpose, which is perhaps even more important, is to help test-takers who want privacy understand the ways in which people can use information to identify them. every test-taker has a right to make their information as private as possible; but you must also understand that dna is inherently identifiable. the purpose of genetic genealogy is identification. the only way to maintain 100% dna privacy is to not take a dna test. period. the next best way to maintain some level of dna privacy is to make your information as private as possible, as we will see below. ... click to read more! genealogy analyzing a lack of sharing in 2c1r relationship blaine bettinger5 march 2017 13 comments to date, there has never been a confirmed case of second cousins (2c) or closer that don’t share dna. there have been a few rumblings here and there, but nothing proven. see “second cousins (or closer) that don’t share dna?” for more details. but what about second cousins once removed (2c1r)? that’s only a single meiosis away from a 2c relationship. is it possible to not share dna at that distance? if i don’t share dna with my 2c1r, should i suspect a misattributed parentage event, or is that normal? is there anything i can do to give myself some peace of mind? according to data from the 2016 update to the shared cm project, several submissions to the project reported no shared dna between 2c1r. the histogram shows the distribution, and how often 0 cm shared is for that relationship: ... click to read more! genealogy winner of the genetic genealogist 10th anniversary sweepstakes! blaine bettinger4 march 2017 0 comments as you may recall, february 12, 2017 was the 10th anniversary of the launch of the genetic genealogist. to celebrate, i conducted a sweepstakes to give away the very first signed copies of my books, the family tree guide to dna testing and genetic genealogy and genetic genealogy in practice (with debbie parker wayne) – see “the genetic genealogist celebrates 10 years of dna!” there were hundreds of entries in the contest, and a winner was selected by wishpond (the plugin i used) at random. i will contact them tonight, and if the person agrees to have his/her name made available here, i will update the post. thank you so much to everyone that entered, and an even bigger thank you for 10 great years! edit: congrats to natalie mclain of houston, texas! ... 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. new! join the new "genetic genealogy tips & techniques" facebook group for more! interact with and learn from other genetic genealogists, ranging from beginners to experts! 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 commentslynda cook on the effect of phasing on reducing false distant matches (or, phasing a parent using gedmatch)largest segment – is it the best way to gauge the closeness of relationship? 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