Sometimes, when the paper trail ends or a brick wall exists, genetic genealogy can help advance in locating other people to help share and collaborate. For me, that is my experience of how I arrived to share at this forum.
Helpful hint some people make the distinction in slang as "Gene
-alogy" and also in intonation.
I will share some Genetic Genealogy Information beyond the basic Y-DNA Haplogroups and paired pedigrees. This of course requires a person "Kit's full genetic sequence test raw data results"
Certain advances have been made in the field of Gene
-alogy since 2006 onward.
So I will share a few links to Information, Blogs, Genetics Libraries and more within this topic-thread.
a Blog shared by the Genetic Genealogists (Tool Box)
"In addition to the information you received from 23andMe, Family Tree DNA, or AncestryDNA about your ancestry, there is a wealth of additional information still within in your DNA. Below (in alphabetical order) are some of the most popular and well-known tools
for wringing every last bit of information out of your raw data, and maximizing the cost of your DNA test."
read more at http://www.thegeneticgenealogist.com/2013/09/22/what-else-can-i-do-with-my-dna-test-results/About the Genetic Genealogist site:
The Genetic Genealogist examines the intersection of traditional genealogical techniques and modern genetic research. The blog also explores the latest news and developments in the related field of personal genomics.
Additionally, there is a site for newbies to learn complete with terms, concepts, graphs and more
to learn at the educational
non profit, International Society of Genetic Genealogy
Next are ISOGG Autosomnal DNA tools
There are a number of autosomal DNA tools which can be used on your match data or raw data from a 23andMe, AncestryDNA or Family Tree DNA Family Finder test.http://www.isogg.org/wiki/Autosomal_DNA_tools
Updated: 19 July 2015