Sim-cM is a project set up to simulate shared DNA data for relationships of genealogical interest and to make the results freely available. So, what should we do with these results?
A couple of weeks ago, I introduced Sim-cM - a project aiming to provide data from simulated pedigrees for different relationships of genealogical interest. I have now added more data, with results posted for 66 different relationships (including all of those listed in the Shared cM Project Version 3.0). For each relationship, I have included:... Continue Reading →