From ISOGG Wiki
DNA.Land is a not-for-profit community website run by academics affiliated with Columbia University and the New York Genome Center. The site offers a biogeographical analysis, trait reports, imputation and a relative-matching feature.
DNA.Land also hosts DNA.Land Compass, an experimental website that enables users to explore specific variants in their genome and look for relevant studies. DNA.Land users can download their VCF file, then visit the website to search for genotypes. DNA.Land Compass is designed to be simple and secure. It does not require installing any software, and your VCF/genotype never leaves your computer. DNA.Land users can download their VCF file, then visit the website and search for genotypes.
- Yuan J, Gordon A, Speyer D, Aufrichtig R, Zielinski D, Pickrell J, Erlich Y. DNA.Land: A digital biobank using a massive crowdsourcing approach. BioRxiv preprint first posted online 9 May 2017.
- DNA.Land launches by CeCe Moore, Your Genetic Genealogist, 9 October 2015
- The rules of DNA.Land by Judy Russell, The Legal Genealogist, 11 October 2015.
- DNA Land vs GedMatch by Jason Lee, DNA Genealogy blog, 18 October 2015.
- DNA.Land new features by Kitty Cooper, 15 Feb 2016.
- DNA.Land Relative Finder info
- DNA.Land FAQs
- DNA.Land blog
- DNA.Land Facebook page
- DNA.Land Facebook user group
- DNA.Land on Twitter
- DNA.Land Compass