The Journal of Genetic Genealogy (JoGG) is exclusively an online journal. The entire content of the Journal will be published quarterly on the World Wide Web at www.jogg.info. It is possible that JoGG will have a minimal printed edition for certain libraries. Previous issues of the Journal will remain on the web site.
openSNP allows customers of direct-to-customer genetic tests to publish their test results, find others with similar genetic variations, learn more about their results, find the latest primary literature on their variations and help scientists to find new associations.
From Sense About Science - Many companies now offer to tell you about your ancestors from a DNA test. Adverts for these tests can give the impression that your results are unique and that the tests will tell you about your specific personal history, but the very same history that you receive could equally be given to thousands of other people. Conversely, the results from your DNA tests could be matched with all sorts of different stories to the one you are given: you cannot look at DNA and read it like a book or a map of a journey. This guide will help explain why, and what it is exactly that genetic ancestry companies are offering.
Discover the fascinating world of genetic genealogy (DNA testing for genealogy). This blog strives to make the subject accessible and understandable for the non-scientist. Written by Cece Moore, a professional genetic genealogist and experienced personal genomics consumer.