DNA.Land Terms of Consent – October 2, 2019

Here are DNA.Land’s Terms of Consenthttps://dna.land/.

I am not a fan of imputation which DNA.Land and some other DNA companies are using. Imputation has a bad habit of imputing incorrectly. It’s better to go with what raw data you have than create an imputation that may create a bunch of incorrect imputations.

There are accepting raw data from AncestryDNA, 23andMe, MyHeritageDNA, FamilyTree DNA (FTDNA), and Genes for Good. Check here https://dna.land/faq#multiple_kits for more details. You may try to upload other DNA companies, but best to check with DNA.Land before trying to upload from a company not listed.

The following Terms of Consent showed up as I was signing up for a new account. You really need to read through them and decide if you agree or disagree with the Terms of Consent. I will upload later as my Internet Wi-Fi cafe has a limit on how much I can upload before it blocks me. Getting unblocked is a lot less fun than it sounds. It may be Sunday before I upload. There are advantages and disadvantages to uploading each DNA company you tested with.

Step 1: Terms of Consent

Before your data can be added to DNA.Land, you must agree to the consent terms by checking the box and clicking “I AGREE” at the bottom of the page.

 

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