Please note: For FT DNA the "how to" video is incorrect on one point: the narrator says to download the two zip files that are the 36 Build X-DNA and Autosomal DNA. That is incorrect. GEDMatch now requires that users upload their 36 Build ****Concatenated**** DNA.
I posted a blog about this post today...thanks Maggie, Phillip, Doug, Peter, Rosemary, Chris, James, Michael and Anne!
When you log on to GEDMatch scroll down the page there is a section labeled
Tier 1 Utilities
These additional utilities are available to members of GEDmatch Tier 1.
I assume that it shows for everyone, but only those that are Tier 1, (pay $10.00 per month) can use them.
This is all great news. This is what it says on the GEDmatch site.
If a matching kit on One-to-many also has a WikiTree.com GEDCOM (family tree) which has individual which has had a GEDmatch.com kit associated with it then a Wiki link will appear on the GED/Wiki column.
Clicking this link will open up WikiTree.com with this GEDCOM. One can then explore that GEDCOM for common ancestors to see how this person is connected to the person in associated with the original kit in the One-to-many tool.
That sounds correct. For Family Finder, according to the FTDNA DNA Upload page, you want the Build 36 Raw Data Concatenated choice.
I'm having an issue seeing links to wikitree for kits I administrate on GEDmatch (see image of father John Michael and brother John Paul).
I have GEDmatch numbers entered for them on their wikitree profile pages since Jan. 23. Is it simply a matter of waiting longer to see the wikitree link show up at a later date?
VIDEO when I use the function on GEDMATCH
I feel we should have for profiles in WikiTree have Project Database Error checks