Triangulation+Genetic Networking

Triangulation is a hot topic in genetic genealogy. We will cover what the term itself means, and then the two sides of the triangulation game. We will talk about correct principles of combining the triangulation technique in your genetic networking. I have also included some references here at the bottom.

 

In favor of triangulation:

Jim Bartlett is a huge proponent of triangulation and blogs at Segmentology.org. You can also read Roberta Estes blog post on this topic.

Evidence that seems contrary to triangulation (as it is being employed above):

From the blog Our Puzzling Past,

And from the blog On Genetics.

 

 

Shared Matches - Advanced

OK, so you have mastered the shared matches tool, and you can use it to find matches who might be related to each other. Let's dig just a little bit deeper into that tool to make sure you don't veer off the path and find yourself deep in a rabbit hole.

Once  you are done with this video you will probably want to head over to the Family Tree DNA Explore page and watch the Matrix video, or the AncestryDNA Explore page and watch the AncestryDNA Shared Matches - Advanced video, or (coming soon!) the 23andMe Shared Matches page.

Now you are ready for the Matrix Tool.