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To assist my cousins and anyone else who has recently taken the Family Finder test, I have decided to put together a list of links to articles I have found useful.
FTDNA's New Look for Family Finder results
+Rebekah Canada at Haplogroup blog
FTDNA Family Finder Gets A New Look Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3.
+Maurice Gleeson at DNA and Family Tree Research blog -
A Systematic Approach to Analysing your Autosomal DNA Matches - Introduction
DNAAdoption.com - A Methodology for Researching Autosomal DNA Results from Family Finder
and Succeeding with Autosomal DNA (by Jim Bartlett)
Kitty Cooper's blog - Making a spreadsheet of autosomal DNA matches and Chromosome Mapper
International Society of Genetic Genealogy (ISOGG) Wiki - Phasing
ISOGG Wiki - Chromosome Mapping
ISOGG Wiki - Autosomal DNA Tools
ISOGG Wiki - Admixture Analyses
Roberta Estes at DNA eXplained blog - The Autosomal Me - Summary and PDF file
+Judy G. Russell at The Legal Genealogist blog - Gedmatch: A DNA geek's dream site
+CeCe Moore at Your Genetic Genealogist blog - Brought to you by DNA Adoption Community ...DNAGedcom
+Rebekah Canada at Haplogroup blog - Use DNAGedcom to Download FTDNA FamilyFinder Data and Open and Edit a FTDNA Chromosome Browser File
More options for learning
ISOGG Wiki - Genetic Genealogy mailing lists
ISOGG Wiki - Genetic Genealogy blogs
For more genetic genealogy links see my Genetic Genealogy board on Pinterest.
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