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Peer Review #1 of "Application of Graph Theory to the elaboration of personal genomic data for genealogical research (v0.1)"
IIn this communication a representation of the links between DNA-relatives based on Graph Theory is applied to the analysis of personal genomic data to obtain genealogical information. The method is tested on both simulated and real data and its applicability to the field of genealogical research are discussed. We envisage the proposed approach as a valid tool for a streamlined application to the publicly available data generated by many online personal genomic companies. By this way,doi:10.7287/peerj-cs.27v0.1/reviews/1 fatcat:fqrk6wvt6ne3jgylymwb3txjem