DNA Research Plans: using data and notes
February 26 @ 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM$20.00 – $30.00
Are you lost or puzzled about your DNA matches? Don’t know where to start to sort your DNA matches? Have added DNA matches into random coloured dot groups? Looked at a DNA match multiple times? Lost an important DNA match in the list of 1000s? Can’t remember if they are in your tree? Forgotten where they fit into your tree? This is aimed at you. In this lecture we will examine the tools available at the Ancestry and MyHeritage and how efficient use of Notes and the Coloured Dots to group DNA matches can help your research.
About the presenter
Greg has been researching for more than 33 years. Having traced his family back to Ireland, Scotland and England he now uses DNA techniques to further his research. Greg is an experienced user of many of the advanced DNA analysis tools such as DNA Clustering, WATO (What are the Odds) and DNA Painter. Outside of Genealogy Greg is also a keen photographer, photo restorer and reader.