Autosomal DNA For Genealogists
This is your get-started guide for DNA testing for family history! Here, you’ll find answers about the most popular kind of DNA test (autosomal), the kind sold by 23andMe, AncestryDNA, Family Tree DNA (their Family Finder Test), Living DNA and MyHeritage.
23andMe Quick Reference Guide
Also, I have been struggling to find solutions that don't rely on having BKMs. This is important to me as I have two genetic networks with no BKM, and a "mystery" grandfather I am hoping to find. I know how these matches are related to each other and have created trees to support it. This reference guide provided solutions for students in my situation through WATO/Bottoms Up, and they will be the tools I focus on next. Thanks. Jan Fiore
This sheet is an extremely helpful reference to explain Diahan's process in abbreviated terms. I found the variables within the text particularly helpful to my genealogy problem. My Canadian Eastern European immigrant great-grandfather was an only child with no siblings lines to compare DNA, but he had eleven children. This guide helped me overcome that hurdle with a simple suggestion to "...move to a more recent generation and find a cousin on that line." I am now in the process of splitting the network using my Canadian Eastern European immigrant great-grandmother and her only sister's lines to tease out my paternal line matches.
It is quite informative
Very helpful in easy to follow format. I have several missing ancestors I am looking forward to use the steps in the guide to unearth them.