This post introduces three new improvements to the popular What are the Odds? tool: vertical display mode; improved suggested hypotheses; and ALT-drag to copy when in drag and drop mode.
Several years after it was first requested, I have recently released a simple ‘cM slider’ as an option that can be turned on in any chromosome map at DNA Painter.
This article introduces some improvements to chromosome maps at DNA Painter, including options to turn on megabase gridlines, improved keyline labelling and a redesigned individual chromosome view.
Last night I released an update with several enhancements to the DNA Coverage tool that I’ll list in this short post.
The coverage estimator is a new tool at DNA Painter that lets you build a tree or import a GEDCOM and then mark the people in that tree who have tested. It then estimates the DNA coverage for the root person based on the testers. In this post I explain how to use it.
Earlier in July 2022, AncestryDNA launched a new feature: Chromosome Painter. In this post I’ll introduce a new tool that allows you to extract segment data that you can use to paint population information in your DNA Painter chromosome map.
The Library of Matches is a new tool by Cody Ely with example shared segments for different known matches. This visualization of segments could help you distinguish between different relationship possibilities.
I recently added focus mode, a new feature in WATO that I hope will help you.
Bucketing is a new DNA Painter tool that can help you subdivide your segments based on match or segment lists of other relatives.
Here’s a summary of new features at DNA Painter that I’ve released in the last couple of weeks.