The last tutorial explained how to request money from someone using PayPal. This tutorial shows how to pay a PayPal Money Request.
The Download Files page of the FTDNA-GAP allows you to download copies of many of the GAP pages as either CSV or XML files. Both formats can be opened in Excel. CSV format can also be opened by Google Spreadsheets and other opensource spreadsheet programs.
This tutorial walks you through uploading either a 23andMe or an Ancestry.com DNA file to the GenePlaza website. Before you start, you should have a GenePlaza account and have downloaded either your Ancestry.com DNA file or your 23andMe file.
GenePlaza is another microarray upload site. Each of its tools is available as an individual app.
One sometimes needs to request money from others in the genetic genealogy community. This is simple, as long as you have a PayPal account.
It is time again to blast off with the annual 'Rockstar' genealogist competition on the Canada's Anglo-Celtic blog. Nominations are fortunately open still, so we have time to look at genetic genealogists who should be listed and are not. Please join me in asking John Reid to add a few more of these awesome rockers [...]
Y-Chromosome Adam is a term from population genetics for the common paternal ancestor of all men living today. For genetic genealogy, it is useful as the root of the human Y-DNA tree.
This morning, Family Tree DNA announced to project administrators some of the first major updates to their BIG Y product since its launch.
Linkage disequilibrium describes any case in population genetics where the frequency of two alleles being found together implies a non-random association. That is, the odds of both alleles happening together is not random.
Genetic genealogy DNA test kits use saliva samples to collect DNA from dead cells inside our mouths. Test kits from Ancestry.com and 23andMe use spit collection tubes while Living DNA and Family Tree DNA use swabs.