New to Genetic Genealogy?

Introduction to the Use of Autosomal DNA Testing byTim Janzen (Legacy Webinar, $$ to view full video)
This presentation will describe the basics about the use of autosomal DNA for genealogical purposes. Topics covered will include basic autosomal DNA terms, the interpretation of matching segment data, the impact that endogamy can have on your autosomal DNA results, and practical tips for creating a master match list spreadsheet.
Advanced Autosomal DNA Techniques used in Genetic Genealogy by Tim Janzen (Legacy Webinar, $$ to view full video)
This presentation will introduce some advanced techniques used by genetic genealogists including the use of triangulated groups, chromosome mapping, visual phasing, and phasing. Triangulated groups are clusters of matches who all share the same DNA segment and therefore all descend from a common ancestor. All serious genetic genealogists organize their data using advanced autosomal DNA genetic genealogy techniques.
Ancestry DNA vs 23andMe: Full Comparison (Alison Ryce)
Getting Started (ISOGG Wiki)
Are you new to genetic genealogy and don't know where to start? There is a lot of information on our 2017 Award Winning ISOGG Wiki.
Here are a few links to pages you should definitely visit.
Beginner's Guide to Genetic Genealogy (Kelly Wheaton)
DNA, Genetics & Family Health (Cyndi’s List)
Understanding DNA (Ancestry Academy, some may be $$)
DNA Basics (FamilySearch)
Online Classes
Hiring a DNA Testing Company
Updated 21 Jan 18 JET; 13 Jan 20 TDS; 1/22/23 SLB