Ancestry is the one I use and it has a good family tree database as well. I personally
would give My Heritage a wide berth.
Lost cousins gives you an insight into the major DNA testing sites at:
Cruwys has a blog that is worth reading. It also gives you details of how to analise your
results by using a third party tool called DNAGedcom and DNAGedcom Client. I wish I had
used the later tool a long time ago. I used another one which wasn't as good. It will
download all of your matches from 23andMe, FamilyTreeDNA and AncestryDNA.
For AncestryDNA it gives you 3 files, one with ALL of your matches, another with the basic
trees of those matches and more crucial a file that contains matches that you have in
common with another user and at least one other user. This information is important
because it saves time searching family trees or surnames and geographical locations.
By knowing which matches others have in common with you, you build up groups, pretty
quickly, even if the matches only have a small amount of DNA in common with you, they will
match someone else, who may have a greater amount of DNA with you. Making it easier to
build up the various family lines.
AncestryDNA will also allow you to manage your relatives DNA page.
GEDmatch kit no: A585504
On Wed, 9/5/18, Cathryn Davies via DYFED <dyfed(a)rootsweb.com> wrote:
I am considering sending this DNA kit as a present. Would people think it is good value