Here is their home page after I signed in:
There are three reports that I can see:
* Find Relatives
* Find Relatives of Relatives
* Ancestry Report (Improved)
I clicked on the link to the improved Ancestry Report and saw:
My ancestry, according to DNA.Land is:
* 100% West Eurasian
** 82% North Central European
** 10% South European
*** 8.6% Balkan
*** 1.6% Ambiguous
** 7.6% Ambiguous
They provide a map showing the ethnicity regions:
There are three tabs for the map:
* Colors: Same as Above
* Greyscale: Indicating Percentage
* Both at Once
When I made these charts, there were 18,000 persons in the database.
I had four "Relatives" - three with high certainty matches and one that was a "speculative match."
Here is the first "High Certainty Match" with "recent" DNA:
I blanked out the name and email address in the first column. This is a Relationship Degree 9 (4th cousin) relationship, with 24 shared segments and 106.79 centiMorgans, but only 21.99 cM shared in "recent" DNA.
In the right-hand column, there is a chromosome map with 22 autosomal chromosomes showing the "recent" segments and the "ancient" segments. The only "recent" segment I have with this match person is on chromosome 1. I can click the "show/hide table" link below the chromosome map that shows the starting and ending locations of the matching DNA data on each chromosome.
I have not tried to correspond with the match persons yet to see if we can find the common ancestors.
Back on the first screen, there is a blue box that entices me to "Import from Geni.com." I tried, but nothing happened for some reason.
As this website grows, I hope that more matches appear. I also hope that someone with more knowledge than I have will explain the "recent" vs. "ancient" DNA segments.
Copyright (c) 2016, Randall J. Seaver