Jim Sims

Making genetic genealogy more understandable...

Periodicals



Genetic Genealogy: Use the Quantity of DNA Shared to Better Understand Your Matches, Acorns to Oaks 40(3), 2019, 80-86

Genetic Genealogy: Grouping & Clustering Shared DNA Matches, Acorns to Oaks 40(2), 2019 , 39-46

Genetic Genealogy: Genetic Genealogy News,
Acorns to Oaks 40(1) 2019, 7-10

Genetic Genealogy: Is Visual Phasing Right for Me?,
Acorns to Oaks 39(4) 2018, 103-107

Genetic Genealogy: A Closer Look at Chromosome Browsers,
Acorns to Oaks 39(3) 2018, 72-75

Genetic Genealogy: Spring 2018 Update,
Acorns to Oaks 39(2) 2018, 37-40

Genetic Genealogy: Understanding Relationship Estimates and Shared Matches at AncestryDNA,
Acorns to Oaks 39(1) 2018, 8-16

Genetic Genealogy: Y-chromosome Analysis,
Acorns to Oaks 38(4) 2017, 105-110

Genetic Genealogy: Beginning GEDmatch
Acorns to Oaks 38(3) 2017, 68-72

Genetic Genealogy: Autosomal DNA: Part 3,
Acorns to Oaks 38(2) 2017, 40-49

Genetic Genealogy: Autosomal DNA: Part 2, 
Acorns to Oaks 38(1) 2017, 12-18

Genetic Genealogy: Autosomal DNA: Part 1, 
Acorns to Oaks 37(4) 2016, 116-120

Genetic Genealogy: Privacy;
Acorns to Oaks 37(3) 2016, 82-83


Self-published



James Sims, Issues Encountered Using Odds Ratios with Matches of Low cM Value, 06 Aug 2019, pdf in author's DropBox account

James Sims, Grouping Large Datasets: Supervised & Unsupervised Leeds Method, 11 Oct 2018, pdf & code in GitHub repository

James Sims, Implementation of the Leeds Method in R, 24 Sep 2018, pdf & code in GitHub repository.

James Sims, The Shared cM Project Applied to Genealogy, 17 May 2018, pdf in author's DropBox account

James Sims, Matching Bettinger: Small Segments, A Big Problem, 31 Oct 2017, pdf & code in GitHub repository

James Sims, Single Segment Recombination Simulations, 27 Feb 2017, pdf & code in GitHub repository

James Sims, What's in My Raw Data?, 23 Feb 2017, pdf & code in GitHub repository

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