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    I have auto clustering but no theories on any of my kits. Could this be as my trees are too big?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kathlingram View Post
    Not it your Tree is smaller that 250 people.. Mine is an older Tree
    Thanks still it is a minimum of one year which is $120NZ as opposed to a one off $29US about $40 NZ

    And it seems that people who uploaded Kits can use the autoClustering tool while I cannot.

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    I have found an answer to my question on the Legal Genealogist blog:

    Only kits that tested or uploaded before November 2018 have Theory of Family Relativity entries. Others coming online later will have to wait for the database to be re-run against the records.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loderingo View Post
    I have found an answer to my question on the Legal Genealogist blog:

    Only kits that tested or uploaded before November 2018 have Theory of Family Relativity entries. Others coming online later will have to wait for the database to be re-run against the records.
    Thanks

    But is still strange that for uploaded kits this feature will available in its entirely while for a Myheritage kit you have to pay a subscription to unlock most of its features.

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    I have 7 "Theories" on the MyHeritage website but the ZIP File they sent me shows more matches in each theory.. However some are 'low confidence" and some have no tree


    For example: Path #1 This path is based on one community tree and 2 MyHeritage family trees, with 77% confidence and Path #2 This path is based on one community tree, one record collection and 2 MyHeritage family trees, with 30% confidence
    Last edited by Kathlingram; 02-28-2019 at 10:29 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loderingo View Post
    I have found an answer to my question on the Legal Genealogist blog:

    Only kits that tested or uploaded before November 2018 have Theory of Family Relativity entries. Others coming online later will have to wait for the database to be re-run against the records.
    Not sure if that's true. I uploaded in June 2017 and don't have the Theory of Family Relativity option. I do have the AutoClustering option though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coffeeprince View Post
    Not sure if that's true. I uploaded in June 2017 and don't have the Theory of Family Relativity option. I do have the AutoClustering option though.
    Are you able to use the AutoClustering option without needing a subscription?

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    Quote Originally Posted by timberwolf View Post
    Are you able to use the AutoClustering option without needing a subscription?
    its a one off fee...IIRC $29

    took 13 hours to do mine

    AutoClusters is a new technology on MyHeritage that organizes your DNA Matches
    into shared match clusters, that likely descended from common ancestors. Each of
    the colored cells in the chart represents an intersection between two of your matches,
    meaning that both individuals match each other (in addition to matching you). These
    cells are grouped together physically and by color to create a powerful visual chart of
    your shared match clusters.
    Each color represents one shared match cluster. Members of a cluster match you
    and most or all of the other cluster members. Everyone in a cluster will likely be on
    the same ancestral line, although the most recent common ancestor between any of
    the matches and between you and any match may vary. The generational level of the
    clusters may vary as well. One may be your paternal grandmother’s branch, and
    another may be your paternal great-grandfather’s branch.

    Your AutoCluster analysis was generated using thresholds of 10 cM (minimum) and
    350 cM (maximum). In addition, DNA Matches were required to share at least 10 cM
    with one another in order to be indicated with a colored or gray cell. A total number of
    100 DNA Matches ended up in 25 clusters in the final analysis.


    etc etc


    its usefulness is in basically joining people who come from the same group in regards to Chr
    they discard all the single matches who do not fit with others
    Last edited by vettor; 03-01-2019 at 05:34 AM.



    My Path = ( K-M9+, TL-P326+, T-M184+, L490+, M70+, PF5664+, L131+, L446+, CTS933+, CTS3767+, CTS8862+, Z19945+, Y70078+ )

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    Quote Originally Posted by vettor View Post
    its a one off fee...IIRC $29

    took 13 hours to do mine

    AutoClusters is a new technology on MyHeritage that organizes your DNA Matches
    into shared match clusters, that likely descended from common ancestors. Each of
    the colored cells in the chart represents an intersection between two of your matches,
    meaning that both individuals match each other (in addition to matching you). These
    cells are grouped together physically and by color to create a powerful visual chart of
    your shared match clusters.
    Each color represents one shared match cluster. Members of a cluster match you
    and most or all of the other cluster members. Everyone in a cluster will likely be on
    the same ancestral line, although the most recent common ancestor between any of
    the matches and between you and any match may vary. The generational level of the
    clusters may vary as well. One may be your paternal grandmother’s branch, and
    another may be your paternal great-grandfather’s branch.

    Your AutoCluster analysis was generated using thresholds of 10 cM (minimum) and
    350 cM (maximum). In addition, DNA Matches were required to share at least 10 cM
    with one another in order to be indicated with a colored or gray cell. A total number of
    100 DNA Matches ended up in 25 clusters in the final analysis.


    etc etc


    its usefulness is in basically joining people who come from the same group in regards to Chr
    they discard all the single matches who do not fit with others
    Thanks

    Unfortunately it just takes me to a subscription page. I know if I upload a kit then it is $29

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    We have auto clustering but not theories.
    3/4 European, 1/4 Mauritian Creole. Genealogy enthusiast and Wow nerd.

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