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If you care about your anonymized data being kept totally private, you can do that with MyHeritage, but not with AncestryDNA.

And with MyHeritage, you can download your data for use elsewhere as well as upload data from other test companies. AncestryDNA doesn’t let you upload anything from anywhere else.

Bottom line: If you want to save money and you’re in a hurry to get results (several weeks faster), MyHeritage is a good choice. But otherwise—and unless you really want total privacy—AncestryDNA will help you in your genealogical pursuits more than MyHeritage, just due to sheer size and the advantages it has allowed them to build into their interface.

Bottom line:

MyHeritage DNA vs. Family Tree DNA

Unlike MyHeritage, FTDNA offers all three ancestry tests—autosomal, yDNA and mtDNA. And FTDNA has a slightly larger database than MyHeritage at this time (though neither compares in database size to AncestryDNA or 23andMe). In those ways, advantage goes to FTDNA.

Both have very robust genealogical communities. And both allow you to demand privacy, even when it comes to preventing your anonymized data from being used in research.

When it comes to the value of their autosomal test results, though, MyHeritage may have an edge, because it offers slightly more granular ethnic heritage regions.

Bottom line: If your goal is to get the most detailed genealogy information and learn the most about your ancestors, Family Tree DNA has an edge over MyHeritage right now.

MyHeritage DNA vs. 23andMe

An interesting comparison, because there are certain aspects of each company’s offering that the other company doesn’t really touch at all.

Are you interested in health testing to discover whether you may be at a genetically higher risk for certain diseases, or to learn whether you’re a carrier for certain hereditary conditions you could pass to your children? If so, then 23andMe is your choice, because MyHeritage does none of the LAMO Landon Mens Slippers PsFUP

If genealogical research is your goal, though, the choice is much murkier. Mainly this is because 23andMe doesn’t have much of a community at all. You’d be surprised how much more you might learn about your results by tapping into the longstanding and reputable community at MyHeritage.

It should be noted that 23andMe actually offers more ancestry DNA tests than MyHeritage, though. That’s kind of counterintuitive, isn’t it? You can’t get the yDNA or mtDNA test from MyHeritage. You HAVE TO buy all three if you go with 23andMe—even if you’re only interested in getting the most complete picture of your ethnic heritage and finding relatives—but the price is basically the same.

Bottom line: If your goal is to learn about ethnic heritage and tap into a knowledgeable community, one could argue that MyHeritage wins in that case. But since MyHeritage lets you upload data from elsewhere for free, and the price of all three ancestry tests at 23andMe matches the price of just the autosomal alone at MyHeritage, that could affect your decision. And if your goals involve health testing at all, your choice should be 23andMe. Overall, edge goes to 23andMe.

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Perth is having its wettest June in six years after rain soaked parts of the state in just 24 hours as farmers across the eastern seaboard relish in their own falls.

As Western Australia cops a healthy drenching, farmers on the eastern seaboard were also welcoming some much-needed showers and our nation's capital shivered through some bone-chilling temperatures.

A cold front crossing Western Australia caused widespread falls of 10-30mm from Lancelin down to Cape Leeuwin and inland to about Narrogin during the 24 hours to 9am today.

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