So you’ve signed up at one of those fancy new genome sites, sent your spit in and have now received the information from your DNA testing. Now, a couple questions start popping up. What’s the next step? What does all this information mean?
Fellow DNA Blogger, Blaine Bettinger, has taken the time (and plenty of it, so it seems!) to write a FREE downloadable eBook titled “I Have The Results of My Genetic Genealogy Test, Now What?” that focuses on genetic genealogy. It’s a 28 page booklet that is easy to read and goes over some important topics throughout 4 chapters.
Chapter 1: What Is (And Isn’t) Genetic Genealogy?
Chapter 2: How Do I Interpret My Y-DNA Results?
Chapter 3: How Do I Interpret My mtDNA Results?
Chapter 4: Monitoring the Field of Genetic Genealogy
If you’re interested in knowing more about genetic genealogy, take these two simple steps. First, download the FREE eBook (PDF) and read it carefully and if that’s not enough to quench your thirst, visit Blaine’s blog, The Genetic Genealogist.