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Author How to record Y-DNA and mt-DNA (or even autosomal DNA segments)
Posted Wednesday, February 09, 2011 - Post #27647
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Hello all
I am not yet familiarized with this program but I can readily see that  GenoPro is a versatile and powerful instrument with potentially many types of applications. 
I am doing DNA genealogy.  
Is there someone on this forum using  GenePro  to record Y-DNA and mt-DNA (or even autosomal DNA segments) ?
Is there some way to program/define rules of transmission of certain DNA signatures or do we have to indicate transmission by defining each time a new dyadic relationship ?

Merci d'avance pour vos réponses

Jacques Beaugrand
French Heritage DNA project

www.frenchdna.org

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Edited: Thursday, February 10, 2011 by GenoProSupport
Posted Thursday, February 10, 2011 - Post #27654
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I am curious how DNA genealogy can be done with GenoPro.  Feel free to post documentation how it is done.  A special dialog may be added to record DNA information.
Posted Saturday, July 15, 2017 - Post #38203
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I am using the RED square symbol ("drug abuse") to indicate that there is a DNA match - haven't worked out how to draw red lines yet though.........
Posted Sunday, March 11, 2018 - Post #38606
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I don't know if it's okay to recommend another program here.  GenomeMatePro is designed specifically for comparing chromosomes and determining where the overlap is between DNA matches.  Although I haven't tried yet, I would guess it's probably easier to find a way to note GenomeMatePro record numbers in GenoPro than to try to figure out a way to get that actual data in GenoPro in a visually useful format.


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