Do you know how to triangulate using autosomal DNA?

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in The Tree House by Peter Roberts G2G6 Pilot (543k points)
My fav blogger! Great info!  Thanks, Peter!

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Great article Peter, thanks for sharing.  Also linked in the article is another very informative article: Hitting a Genealogy Home Run Using Your Double-Sided Two-Faced Chromosomes While Avoiding Imposters.

by SJ Baty G2G Astronaut (1.0m points)
Good one, SJ!
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Type into Google search, youtube, then in youtube search, type in Jason Lee MD.  He demonstrates step-by-step instructions that can be open and paused under one browser tab, while you work under another browser tab.
by Anonymous Britain G2G6 Mach 2 (24.5k points)
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You might also make use of DNAGedcom's Chromosome Matrix App.  It allows you to see your chromsomes along with the In Common With to see who might overlap.  This isn't guaranteed to be true triangulation, but for places like FTDNA that doesn't provide the actual Triangulation, this is helpful to research.

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