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Revisiting Missing A-B Matches - Blog comment by lkessler - 16 hrs ago

I guess I can say a week or two. Add another week to update the documentation and the website. Now remember I'm a programmer, so multiply that by 5 and add 3.
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Revisiting Missing A-B Matches - Blog entry by lkessler - 1 day ago

I’ve been working away the past couple of months to finish off Version 2 of Double Match Triangulator. There’s lots of major improvements, and I’m hoping to find ways to get it to do some of the analysis for you as well. What Double Match Triangulator does differently than other DNA matching tools, is ...
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Sort of a Date - Blog comment by lkessler - 6 days ago

Thank you eagle-eyed Tony for taking the time to let me know. Yes, you are correct. It should be BEF/TO before and FROM/BET/AFT that follow. I've now updated this blog post to reflect this. I checked my code in Behold, and it is implemented correctly. I just errored in this blog post.
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Chess and Artificial Intelligence: The Future Changed Today - Blog comment by lkessler - 6 Dec 2017

Keith: I totally agree. But my wife is hopeful that Will Smith will save us.
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Chess and Artificial Intelligence: The Future Changed Today - Blog entry by lkessler - 6 Dec 2017

The shocking and unbelievable news hit my inbox today, and I just couldn’t be more amazed by what has just happened and what the future effects will be. Today it was announced that DeepMind, a company formed in 2010 and purchased by Google in 2014 to investigate the possibilities of using neural networks for ...
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A Year of “Retirement” - Blog entry by lkessler - 24 Nov 2017

One year ago today, I celebrated my 60th birthday and on the same day I retired from my job of 41 years. Since then, it’s been quite a year. I wonder how I ever had time for a day job. I recently got back from my 4th genealogy conference of the year. In February, I was at RootsTech in Salt Lake City, July at ...
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Another Estimate of Speed and Balding Figure 2B - Blog entry by lkessler - 15 Nov 2017

Ten days ago, I produced an article: Revisiting Speed and Balding, where I tried to duplicate the results of their Figure 2B. I posted a link to the article on the ISOGG Facebook group, and received a lot of comments, mostly from Andrew Millard and Debbie Kennett. Debbie also provided quite a few comments ...
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FTDNA’s 13th IGG Conference Lab Tour - Blog entry by lkessler - 13 Nov 2017

#FTDNA2017 – What a great conference! So many people I could talk to at a technical level and so many that I learned from. I averaged less than 5 hours of sleep per night just because the day was so full, every morning was an early wakeup, and I had to watch Saturday Night Live. I left Winnipeg with 5 cm (2 ...
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FTDNA’s 13th International Genetic Genealogy Conf Day 3 - Blog entry by lkessler - 12 Nov 2017

#FTDNA2017 - First up, another breakfast sponsored by FTDNA. This was followed at 8 a.m. by an ISOGG (International Society of Genetic Genealogy) chapter meeting, my first. It was led by Katherine Bodger, the Director and co-founder of the society. ISOGG was founded in 2005 after the first Family Tree DNA ...
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FTDNA’s 13th International Genetic Genealogy Conf Day 2 - Blog entry by lkessler - 11 Nov 2017

The day began with Max Blankfeld and Bennett Greenspan greeting the entire group. After honoring the veterans, and there must have been 50 in the room who stood to loud applause, they provided a bit of information about the conference. There are 240 in attendance. About 50 people, including myself, raised their ...