W04-Working With Shared Matches and Genetic Networks To Achieve Success with BLAINE BETTINGER
A genetic network is an arranged cluster of individuals that have taken a genealogy DNA test,
arranged in a group that allows the identification of new information from the grouping. Genetic
networks are created using: (1) shared matching information; (2) shared segment information; or
(3) both. As genetic networks are expanded, they will also likely include genealogical relatives
that fit within the network but do not share matches or DNA with the person for whom the genetic
network is formed.