This presentation will discuss the value of DNA clustering to help break through brick walls.
The ability to group your DNA matches into common ancestral lines can be the start of solving many genealogical questions.
We will examine clustering techniques from the manual Leeds Method to the many automated tools.
More importantly, we will discuss going beyond the colorful images to applying the Genetic Networks to your family research.
The goals of clustering are to divide DNA matches into groups related to each other and to find the common ancestor or couple.
Clustering can help organize and make sense of DNA matches and shared segments to focus your research efforts.
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