Tools

Tools for Genetic Genealogists

I have written a number of helpful tools for genetic genealogy and genealogy, mainly for graphing, see my tools page for more information.

I have heard good things about the all in one helper tool genome-mate but I have not yet tried it out: https://www.genomemate.org/

Here are some wonderful sites with many useful tools:

A few tools from other sites that I have found useful:

Plus the DNAadoption.com site has a methodology written up which explains how to use autosomal DNA to find family and they give online classes in that as well.

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  1. Newbie here… I’ve tested at 23andme, FTDNA and finally Ancestry.com. I’ve uploaded my 23andme data into Gedmatch. I keep reading that you should upload ALL your test results into Gemmatch. Can you do that on one account or do you have to add a new account for each data set? And, if I will now have three different accounts won’t that skew results when people search, thinking they have 3 matches when it’s only me?

    thank you for your help!

    **Sheila

  2. Kitty,

    I was trying to get my data from 23andMe to FTDNA. However, 23andMe only uses v4 and FTDNA only accepts V3. Is there any tool that converts V4 to V3?

    Thanks.

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