Sunday, July 14, 2013

Ancestral Cousin Marriages


Cousin marriage between parents can be calculate using Pedigree Collapse Calculator. Hence, this tool is now obsolete.


Ancestral Cousin Marriages is a tool to find if there are any cousin marriages for a particular DNA. It also calculates cousin relationship between each parent. It is based on Runs of Homozygous and the long shared segments in cousins. It supports both build 36 and build 37. FTDNA Family Finder and 23andMe raw data can be used as input.

Prerequisites: Microsoft .Net Framework 4.0

Usage:
Syntax:

        acousm <input-file> [options]

Optional Parameters:
 -c     Cousin Limit. Default is 5, Max value is 16.
 -s     SNP Threshold. Default is 500.
 -g     Gender of input file. Values can be M for
        male, F for female and U for unknown. Default is U.
 -m     Minimum threshold for cM. Default is 1.
 -d     Debugging and/or Additional Information.
        Default is false

E.g,
acousm <12345-results.csv>


Download : acousm.exe 33 MB)

Source Code at GitHub

Change Log
Version 1.1
  • Bug fixes.
Version 1.0
  • Initial release.