identified clusters above. If the mutation rate calculation is 'clean' it
can be used to build family trees.
calculation enables you to tell the time when two lines split for example.
This helps in determining time between close genetic matches or time from
the most recent common ancestor of the haplogroup.
cluster data found in the phylogenetic trees to calculate mutation rates
from their Most Recent Common Ancestor.
4. Build Family
trees and branches - click to view
results above and eventually identify septs and clans.
results of iterative analysis (coordinating the building of the phylogenetic
trees, Gedcoms, family histories, and locations), build the actual family
trees and branches. These results are constantly going to be updated and
changed as a moving target as more information becomes available.