I have uploaded to MyTrueAncestry using my 23andMe raw data. MyTrueAncestry is a Swiss company. I decided to check out a review on the company – https://blog.genomelink.io/posts/mytrueancestry-review. The review is dated June 22, 2020. Here are the five things mentioned in the review. There are some good points raised in the review, specifically About the Company. I have only used the free upload. I shared a YouTube video earlier this morning that I believe used the free upload option. YouTube video review – MyTrueAncestry.com Archaeogenetics – YouTube Video Honoring Our Past (post was the one before this post).
1. About the Company
2. Test Results and Sample Reports
3. Reviews of MyTrueAncestry
5. Best Alternatives to MyTrueAncestry
Here’s what I saw for my free 23andMe upload
I used my 23andMe DNA results. Here’s their website: https://mytrueancestry.com/. Here’s the estimated ethnicity from my 23andMe upload. If you want to upload more than one sample, you have upgrade to a paid account.
Viking Danish + Visigoth (2.565)
Viking Danish + Frank (2.74)
Saxon + Frank (2.823)
Visigoth + Celt (3.032)
Visigoth + Frank (3.533)
Viking Danish (6.52)
The choices for uploads (first one is free; you will need to pay to add more uploads):
Need your file?
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Paid upgrade levels (note: if you start at a lower level upgrade, then later upgrade, you only pay the difference between the two levels).
Commoner – Free