When you first get into DNA testing, you think it is simple, but to take full advantage of the information provided, you have to follow up with placing information on other sides, for interpretation and connections to be made. This blog post examines how to do this.
The previous article in this series is How To Download Your Ancestry DNA Test Results.
Now that you’ve successfully downloaded your Ancestry DNA test results file, this file needs to be uploaded to the GEDmatch website (http://www.gedmatch.com). The purpose of this post is to show, in easy to understand steps, how to take the test results file you downloaded to your computer and upload it to the GEDmatch site. My next blog post will be the first of several posts I have planned in which I will begin explaining how to start using the GEDmatch site and tools.
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