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    New feature Theory of Family Relativity

    Just reading over on 23andme that myheritage has released a new feature 'Theory of Family relativity, some people seem to have it. I don't as of yet.

    Foes anyone here have it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by timberwolf View Post
    Just reading over on 23andme that myheritage has released a new feature 'Theory of Family relativity, some people seem to have it. I don't as of yet.

    Foes anyone here have it?
    I do have it.. I have NOT gotten back their interpretation of my Family Relatives.. They collate and send it to your email.. What I am hearing is that they us 2 Family Search.org trees and a DNA match as 90% peoof ( Maybe I have that backwards.. Dunno)

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    It is here.. and of course because to Roots Tech
    My Heritage Autocluster.png

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kathlingram View Post
    It is here.. and of course because to Roots Tech
    My Heritage Autocluster.png
    Do you need a subscription?

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    To answer my own question. It is a one time fee of $29 with a uploaded kit to unlock these features the auto clustering tool and theory of family relatively which are separate tools.

    Otherwise with your myheritage kit your need a subscription which is expensive.

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    I have it. They have a theory for 5 of the few thousand matches, so not a lot (yet?). Their proposed theories are correct (all shared early 19th century ancestors), but I already figured the relationships out myself, and I trust myself more than the tool in doing so. It may become more valuable in the next decade, when people will have many more matches and no time left to figure them all out.

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    Well they sent it to me but I cannot see how to open or read it..
    "
    Dear Kathleen,‎
    A zip file with your report of AutoClusters is attached. In it, you will find three files — an HTML file which contains a visual representation of the AutoCluster analysis, a CSV file which contains a spreadsheet version of the AutoCluster analysis, and a ReadMe PDF file.

    Some files may be displayed incorrectly when opened directly from this email. For best results, view the files on a desktop device. To do this, save the zip file to your hard drive, extract the contents, and then open the files.
    Please note that this file is intended for your personal use only. The attached file is no longer protected by MyHeritage security and privacy mechanisms, so please take additional measures to secure your data and avoid sharing it.

    Best regards,
    The MyHeritage team "

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    I have just had to reload my ancestry kit which takes 5-7 days. I guess I will be asked to pay after that?

    Seems a bit strange to me that an uploaded kit you can lock it for $29 or free if you had previously done so.

    With myheritage kits it seems you can get some of the information, but some is hidden and you would need to pay the rather expensive subscription

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    Quote Originally Posted by timberwolf View Post
    I have just had to reload my ancestry kit which takes 5-7 days. I guess I will be asked to pay after that?

    Seems a bit strange to me that an uploaded kit you can lock it for $29 or free if you had previously done so.

    With myheritage kits it seems you can get some of the information, but some is hidden and you would need to pay the rather expensive subscription
    Not it your Tree is smaller that 250 people.. Mine is an older Tree

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    Oh, wow, I now see that they have an option for AutoClustering, let's see what that will do.

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