Now anyone can view HRASi-user submitted and vetted links to resources deemed pertinent for the haplogroup being viewed.
Resources are categorized as blog, book, journal, map, video, wikipedia, other and are easily distinguishable by icon in the table. Clicking the title opens the link to the resource.
Unless you are J2 there are likely no resources for your subclade yet submitted. You can submit links to resources via HRASi. While HRASi is currently only accessible to YSEQ customers, I plan to make it more widely accessible in the future.
Please note that this is a work in progress and I plan to improve the user interface (of both this new feature in HRAS and also the system for submitting links to resources, HRASi), for example hiding duplicate links to the same article that has been deemed pertinent for several subclades downstream of the haplogroup you are viewing (for now each resource shows up as an entry as each is rated separately for whether users found it applicable to the respective haplogroup).These posts are the opinion of Hunter Provyn, a haplogroup researcher in J-M241 and J-M102.