86Re: Fwd: [MexicoDNAProject] Re: DNA/Genealogy et al
- Jun 23 1:53 PMThanks, interesting chart. I've tested people on FTDNA and Ancestry's autosomal tests, and prefer the Ancestry test, specifically because they have come up with thousands of possible matches, compared to FTDNA's 200+/-.
Ancestry doesn't have a chromosome browser, but I wasn't looking for that level of scientific comparison, but rather confirmation of relationships for various branches of my family tree. I have 20-30 matches for each main surname.
I might try the 23andme, for myself, just for additional information. That 7.5 overall rating, though, is for "Overall accuracy and sophistication of the biogeographical ancestry analysis" , not for the test as a whole.
On Sun, Jun 23, 2013 at 12:24 PM, Peggy Deras <pderas@...> wrote:
Here's an International Society of Genetic Genealogy Autosomal DNA
testing comparison chart that compares all of the Autosomal testing
services in one chart.
Interesting. According to the results 23&Me is far and away better at
7.5 of 10.
Unfortunately I used Ancestry for myself and FTDNA for my uncle.
Can I get some help here comparing the results to each other?
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