If you have a group of matches you can fit into a family tree, What are the Odds? plus (WATO+) can help you figure out how you might be related to themWATO+ User guide
Create an elegant, searchable page for your direct ancestors and enhance it with custom visualisations such as religion, country of birth and age of deathMore info
Chromosome mapping is a fascinating puzzle that helps you to decode your inheritance by tracking known matches and comparing them to othersMore info
Enter the number of cMs of DNA you share with a match and the shared cM tool will help you consider possible relationshipsVisit the Shared cM tool
DNA can be confusing, but there are lots of great resources available to help. To get the most out of this site, it might help to watch a webinar above and/or read the where to start section first. This will give you a sense of which of the site's features will be most likely to help you achieve your goals.
Blaine Bettinger of DNA Central and thegeneticgenealogist.com has also produced a helpful video introduction to chromosome mapping.
For more specific advice on genetic genealogy and how to draw conclusions from your chromosome mapping, I highly recommend the blogs and resources linked in the 'Further Reading' sections of the glossary, along with the Genetic Genealogy Tips and Techniques Facebook group.