May 21 2016
Many people find a genealogy DNA test a little bit odd but nowadays it has become a very popular test. People around the world go for this DNA testing to know about the history of their family and getting familiar to their relatives.
HOW DNA TEST AND GENEALOGY ARE DIFFERENT?
A number of people get confused in genealogy and DNA testing and think that both tests are same but actually, they are different.
A simple genealogy DNA test for families can explore the traditions and society of your relations, but DNA testing can only tell you about health risks and diseases your ancestors had.
If you want to know more about you and your relatives, a DNA test can help. You can check online catalog and attach more dots in your family tree.
Unfortunately, DNA is unable to explore your family tree for you. In this matter, a genealogy test can help a lot, it can tell the biological father of a child but results are not always satisfactory.
DNA results can be probably correct but cannot always assure you whether the results of the family tree are exact or not. Everyone wants to know who are they and where do they come from and DNA test help to solve this puzzle to a great extent.
UNDERSTANDING YOUR ANCESTRY DNA TEST RESULTS
A family DNA test result provides the results in three levels:
Ethnicity: Tell you about the society from which you belong, and the characteristics of your family.
DNA matches: It provides names or IDs of people from the test database that can be your relatives, depending upon geometric DNA verification. Some services also provide facilities to contact persons using mail-ids.
Details of each match: The precise DNA markers derive the matches and tell the geometrical possibility of having any relation to a person with you.