DNA Clustering: Automating Shared Matching
This webinar will overview auto-clustering, by demonstrating how it is simply a more visual method of analyzing shared matches. After briefly overviewing the Shared Centimorgan (cM) Project, case studies will be used to show how auto-clustering can be used to analyze shared matches - the primary technique genealogists have used for years. Strategies to auto-cluster in the major platforms will be discussed.
The Society is happy to welcome back Alec Ferretti, who previously lectured on endogamy and DNA.
Alec Ferretti is a New York City based professional genealogist, who works for the Wells Fargo Family & Business History Center, researching family histories for high net worth clients. Alec specializes in the genealogy of 20th century immigrants to the United States. He is a regular lecturer at genealogical societies and conferences. He serves as the president of the New York Genealogy & Technology Group, was recently elected to the board of directors of the Association of Professional Genealogists, and serves actively on the Board of Reclaim the Records, a nonprofit dedicated to wrangling public records from obstinate government agencies.
Registration fee is $15 for Non-Members
Free to Members
Kentucky Genealogical Society members use the email address associated with your account and the discount code: MEMBER during registration to register for free.