Geneanet DNA launched as a beta test service
Geneanet has just launched Geneanet DNA, a new beta test service which allows people to upload the raw data of a DNA test kit taken with any company, to compare it to other Geneanet members’ DNA data, and to find members whith whom they share DNA segments.
The company, based in France, says you only have to download your raw DNA data from the site of your provider and to upload it to their database. They aim to make it very easy and Geneanet has some help tutorials to aid people who want to take advantage of this European service no matter if you have taken a DNA test kit at AncestryDNA, 23andMe, MyHeritage, FamilyTreeDNA or Living DNA.
Geneanet claims to deal with the rest of it thanks to powerful matching tools.
On thier website they say:
"At Geneanet, we do genealogy, only genealogy. We think that DNA tests are an additional tool for finding new relatives.
Of course, this new service does not replace genealogy research as we do it for years but it’s an additional way of finding new branches and relatives."
See more at: https://en.geneanet.org/genealogyblog/post/2020/02/geneanet-launches-geneanet-dna