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Sunday, April 1, 2018

New Improvements to the One-to-Many Chromosome Browser from MyHeritage
I was in a discussion with some of the local genealogists here in Annapolis, Maryland who are volunteering to work at the Maryland State Archives. Our discussion revolved around the problem of using the genealogical data generated by taking a DNA test. At first, the discussion was mostly an expressing of frustration with the results of the tests. After I explained to them what was being done by to alleviate this difficult situation, they were all anxious to take a serious look a the tools now being provided by

If you are wondering what to do with your DNA test results, I seriously suggest taking a look at MyHeritage's newly developing tools for analysis. You can start by reading their most recent blog post. See "New: Improvements in the One-to-Many Chromosome Browser."

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