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What #RootsTech was Like for an #InnovatorShowdown Finalist - Blog comment by lkessler - 1 hr ago

We'll likely get to meet again Tony, somewhere, sometime. I don't go to RootsTech each year. I previously was there in 2012 and 2014. I usually need a good reason to go, and not being there for 3 years was my good reason.
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What #RootsTech was Like for an #InnovatorShowdown Finalist - Blog entry by lkessler - 12 Feb 2017

Just back from RootsTech and what a week it was! As one of the ten semi-finalists in the Innovator Showdown, and the ultimate third place winner, I had some extra special experiences that I’ll always remember.   Pre Roots-Tech Even before I entered the contest, I was planning to go to this year’s ...
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My RootsTech Tech - Blog entry by lkessler - 2 Feb 2017

Several others have already written about the items and the Tech that they’re taking to #RootsTech. Nichole Dyer wrote about 8 Tech Tools to Bring to RootsTech. Alona Tester gives a big list of her general stuff and techy stuff in RootsTech 2017 – Counting Down. Christine Woodcock gave her list in ...
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Non-Matches by cM - Blog entry by lkessler - 1 Feb 2017

Roberta Estes did the first analysis of this and asked someone to do the same thing for an endogamous population. I had that data and I felt I wanted to know as well. I did a blog post about it a few days ago that I titled Double Match Phasing for an Endogamous Population, but using the term “Double Match ...
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My #RootsTech 2017 Schedule - Blog entry by lkessler - 29 Jan 2017

I finalized my schedule for RootsTech about a week ago (have you finalized yours yet?) of what I plan to do. I’ve put it on my online RootsTech App as well as on OneNote on my Phone in case the wifi at the Conference is spotty. If you want to track me down, this is where I’ll be: Monday, Feb ...
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Triangulation, Single Matching and Double Matching - Blog entry by lkessler - 27 Jan 2017

It seems like my last post was a bit confusing to many people. I expect that the way I drew the boxes (to be segments) and the way I connected them with lines (indicating matching) was not intuitive, and it did not allow people to see that Double Matching with two people actually triangulates. I’m going to ...
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Comparing Single Matching to Double Matching - Blog entry by lkessler - 25 Jan 2017

Important Note:  After this article was written, I found many people had trouble understanding the concepts, as the diagrams were confusing them more than helping them. This article has been completely rewritten (just two days later) and uses a different diagramming that is akin to ...
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Double Match Triangulator - Version 1.4 - Blog comment by lkessler - 22 Jan 2017

Thanks, Jill. My motivational goal is really wanting the program to be able to figure out how some of these 7,000 DNA-relatives of mine are actually related to me. I think ultimately, I can get the program to do it. Slowly getting there. Louis
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Double Match Filtering for an Endogamous Population - Blog entry by lkessler - 22 Jan 2017

A few days ago, Roberta Estes posted: Concepts – Segment Size, Legitimate and False Matches where she compared a child’s matches against those of her parents. She downloaded the Chromosome Browser Results (CBR) file from FamilyTreeDNA for a set of parents and a child, and then explained how she did the ...
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Double Match Triangulator - Version 1.4 - Blog entry by lkessler - 20 Jan 2017

DMT is a semi-finalist in the #InnovatorShowdown at #RootsTech 2017. This is a new version of the program with several improvements. You can get the new version on my DMT page. It is freeware to help you do  autosomal DNA segment analysis. Now Works with Older CBR files My own FamilyTreeDNA results ...