- Microsoft .Net Framework 4.0
- 64-bit Windows and
- 5 GB of disk space.
Download : GGK v1.2.zip (390 MB). If you don't require admixture using reference populations, you can download GGK v1.2 Reduced.zip (10.7 MB).
Other Downloads: GGK CLI Import Tool (Provides the ability to import kits from command line interface or console)
Version Upgrades: Just copy the ggk.db into the new version. You don't need to download the larger version everytime. Download the reduced version and copy/overwrite with your larger version's ggk.db. The binary executables are exactly same for both versions. The only difference is in ggk.db which contains reference populations.
Documentation: Genetic Genealogy Kit.pdf (2.46 MB)
Source Code at GitHub.
License: MIT License.
Why there is a minor difference in matching segments?
Adjust the Compare.NoCalls.Limit parameter. This parameter decides to ignore the segment if more no-calls or absent positions in the matching segments. E.g., if FTDNA tests 50 sites, and 23andMe tests 70 sites between two positions and only 40 positions overlaps, them the remaining 40 sites (70-40)+(50-40) where one segment will be represented as no-calls and thus the segment will be ignored if the parameter limit is more than 40.
After changing the parameter values, why is there no change in comparison?
When you change any parameter for comparison, make sure you check delete existing comparisons before processing,. from Autosomal -> Process Kits. To speed up things, the comparisons are usually cached, so you will not find any difference if you don't process it again.
- Bug fixes. Better support for AncestryDNA.
- Import/Export bug solved. A few bug fixes.
- Initial release.