A few snippets have been added to the atDNA notes, particularly relating to % shared, and probabilities of detecting a match
The DNA presentation notes are being expanded to include making the most of your autosomal DNA (atDNA) matches.
Mostly an exploratory exercise as I try to document what I’m doing as I learn more and figure out how best to do this.
Learn along with me if you have registered for the site, particularly if you have tested, eg Family Finder, 23andme or Geno 2.0.
For the experts’ “how-tos” however, subscribe to the ISOGG DNA Newbies and the RootsWeb DNA for genealogy lists.
DNA section under transfer from prior LornaGenie site – getting ready for a talk at the NZSG Porirua Branch 12th September.
Updates include a few hints about purchasing and using Family Tree Maker 2012, primarily for the Kapiti Genealogy FTM user group session Saturday 25th August
Transferred several of the prior Lorna’s Links pages to here:
DNA, Web tools, Genie programs, Genie Societies, updating several of them in the process
Any of you have visited my old LornaGenie site will be able, eventually, to find the same content here.
The changes are that this umbrella site brings together a number of my separate sites all into the same WordPress Content Management System (CMS) for ease of updating, consistency of treatment, and an inbuilt registration/log in system.
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Welcome to Lorna’s Genie notes.
Site under redevelopment as content from my old LornaGenie site is reviewed and transferred to here.
Check back every so often for progress.
To see beyond the open sections you will need to register – free, but moderated.
There’s nothing particularly secret or revelatory in the closed sections, just that the content is just what this post says, “notes”.
Mostly talked to at a presentation, so you will be missing the context, and “voice over”, but if you were there, can see what you may have missed, or can check the links provided.