Today's Topic: Case Study - TBA
We like to end the year with a relatable, story-type account of how DNA helped break through a brick wall or put a family back together. Do you have a case you would like to share? Contact Michelle and we will consider your case for our year-end SIG meeting.
This group focuses on learning the methods for analyzing DNA test results. We study topics such as autosomal DNA, mitochondrial DNA, Y-DNA and surname projects, X-DNA and ancestral admixture results. We'll also investigate third-party tools for analyzing your raw data and comparing DNA and gedcom data with test kit results from companies besides the one you tested with.
DNA can break down genealogical brick walls once thought impenetrable – but only if you know how.
This SIG endeavors to be interactive and welcomes your questions. Get ready to put your DNA results to work for you!
SIG Lead: Michelle Wilson
Future Topics: If you have a topic you would like to present or see presented, please reach out to Michelle at DNA @ caggni.org.
CAGGNI SIGs are for members only.
Meeting Style: This SIG is hybrid. You may attend remote or in-person at STDL. We encourage in-person attendance for the best experience.
Zoom Attendees: For the Zoom Link see caggni.org/Zoom-links. Access to this page requires a CAGGNI member login. Please ensure your full name is visible. You may need to use the Rename function (at the upper right of the window where your face appears) if your full name is not shown. Zoomers not presenting their full name as known to CAGGNI will be de-admitted.
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