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DNA relatives Beta

Post by Sulis » Mon Jan 20, 2020 1:31 pm

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Later this week we will launch the beta version of DNA relatives!
I will post here when it’s live. If you choose to opt in, it may take a couple of weeks to populate your page with genetic relatives. We will give centimorgans, X chromosome matches and segment “start stop positions”. We will add various charts and other utilities over time.
Initially we will have a “one to many” matching system. You can go to your profile to opt in and to add any information you would like to share with your DNA relative matches. You can also add your Wikitree ID (Wikitree is a totally free way to build your family tree and become part of a “world tree”) to share your family tree with your matches. Wikitree are also in the process of creating a function where you will be able to add your yourDNAportal personal ID to your tree profile there, that will then populate your ancestors profiles (up to 5 generations) on your tree. This will be useful for identifying relatives descended from mutual ancestors. I will post here when the yourDNAportal Wikitree link option is launched.

You can create your family tree (it is totally free at all levels here) - https://www.wikitree.com/


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Re: DNA relatives Beta

Post by Sulis » Fri Jan 24, 2020 1:01 am

DNA relatives beta, is now live on the site. To opt in go to “ edit profile” where you can join and add information to share with your matches. It may take a couple of weeks to receive your first matches.

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Re: DNA relatives Beta

Post by tdd85 » Fri Feb 07, 2020 1:34 am

I got my first match, a distant cousin (12 cMs shared). Neat!
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Re: DNA relatives Beta

Post by Aoda » Fri Feb 07, 2020 5:38 pm

I don't have any match yet :(
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Re: DNA relatives Beta

Post by Sulis » Sun Feb 09, 2020 12:50 am

Hey we have so many calculations to do, so be patient they will arrive!:)

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Re: DNA relatives Beta

Post by catjg9459 » Sat May 23, 2020 5:35 pm

I hope someone can help me understand why when myself, my husband, & my parents have account, my 3rd match would be my husband? Here's our shared DNA info:

Shared DNA
Total shared DNA: 29 cMs or 0.39%
Possible interpretation: Other distant cousin
X chromosome match: 0 cMs


Shared Segments
Chr Start Stop CM's
9 139087521 141025328 3.76668415692
11 69709132 75021501 5.3565109603
14 69787572 75037676 5.91662809898
15 39747214 42289456 2.12558839205
15 42434202 45946977 1.38732598924
17 6850368 8272700 2.7438548918
19 38949938 41021258 2.74354083065
19 55501424 57399843 5.24371258221


Largest Segment
Chr Start Stop cMs
14 69787572 75037676 5.91662809898.

I understand concept of endogamy, however with 7000 + in our family tree, & 20 years of research, we've never turned anything up to hint at the possibility of this. Or one of those matches that aren't really matches? Any help would be appreciated.
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