The next Virtual DNA meeting will be on Thursday, May 19, 2022at 7 pm.
Vernon Smith & Nancy Evans will be covering,
Clustering Your Matches
Leeds Method Handout
Colored Dots Handout
Genetic Affairs AutoCluster
How DNA Clusters Can Help Your Genealogical Research
Members can access a complete list of Zoom links for all upcoming meetings by clicking the link on the Home page, or by clicking here. (Login required.)
Check out the DNA Group Handouts Archive covering various topics of interest to this group.
A Guide to Understanding Your Ancestry DNA Results, a two part video series.
Note that these videos are large files and will take some time to load. If you click on the link and it opens in your browser, this is only a preview, and to see the video in full resolution, you will need to download it and then open it with the video app. on your device.
Kitty Cooper's DNA Newbie FAQ
Stream a video on "DNA for Beginners: The Three Tests" by Debbie Kennett
Kelly Wheaton offers a "Beginners Guide to Genetic Genealogy"
Cece Moore has a four part series on "DNA Testing for Genealogy"
FTDNA eBook "Interpreting Genetic Genealogy Results"
John A Blair provides a basic discussion with "DNA 101"
Donna Rutherford provides "DNA - What, when, how, why - FAQ's for beginners"
Margaret O'Brien offers "How to Use AncestryDNA Matches – a Comprehensive Guide"
Discussion of "ICW vs. Triangulation" (download)
Which DNA tests to take - “Which DNA testing company should I use?”,
Tips for Using Gedmatch Tips for Using GEDmatch
Angie Bush's Gedmatch Basics A video on GEDmatch basics from Angie Bush
Beginners Guide to "DNA Genealogy Using GEDmatch"
Handout for "How to Add DNA Matches to Your Ancestry Tree"
This has recommendations that some would argue with, "A Practical Guide to Using Autosomal DNA (atDNA) for Genealogical Purposes"
Handout for Downloading and Uploading Your DNA Data
Visual Phasing By Blaine Bettinger
Links to "Finding Biological Family With DNA Testing" (download)
References for X-DNA Testing and Matching (download)
Links to "Finding Lisa" story (download)
Lots of information, courtesy of NIH, on Genetics
Lots of useful links on "ISOGG Wiki"
This has an interesting discussion of "Identical by Descent"