Now that I have my DNA results and I have uploaded them to gedmatch, I need to work out the
Here are some words I have seen but need to find out what they mean. It is like a totally new language.
- X-DNA, Y-DNA, mtDNA
- types F2, V2,V3
- chromosome browser
Once I have done a 1:1 comparison, what makes a person the best possible connection?
I know that one of the columns relates to generations that person is away from me. They would certainly be the easiest to find on my tree.
I looked in Gedmatch and they had some Beginner Guides so I looked at the following video (nearly 45 minutes) which I found very interesting.
The video then sent me to a genetic genealogist blog that included this chart showing the number of cMs between different relationships. Think this might come in handy when trying to work out how many generations people might be on my family tree database at home.
Readers: Please leave a comment about my post or something beginning with T that relates to your family history or your research.