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    Quote Originally Posted by aaliy06 View Post
    Hello,

    I finally got it to work, so thank you so much for helping me, now I would like to know how you use the byseg and the bychr? if someone can help me on that.

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    For byseg (percentages per segment on each chromosome) analysis go to the file named dv3.par that you have saved in DIYDOD. You need to change the genomewide setting to:
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    This will give you the percentages for individual segments of each of your 22 chromosomes.

    For bychr (percentages per chromosome) you simply replace the genomewide setting with bychr.

    Remember to save your changes as dv3.par once you have finished to edit the file.

    Enter the same commands into the R console and wait a few minutes for your results. Your bychr results will appear in a bychr file in your DIYDOD file.

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    I'm sorry, I know you said go to the file named dv3.par, I still don't get what your saying about the genomewide settings, I don't know where to change it at. I apologize if I am bothering you or anyone else on here, I just want to learn just like everyone else.

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    We can send to them our results and you put them in his calculator, because the life has been complicated in a bad way: cannot it be simpler and the calculator bends in a pack without so many histories?
    We would be grateful for it eternally and it would serve them as learning in his personal studies.
    What do they say to me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aaliy06 View Post
    I'm sorry, I know you said go to the file named dv3.par, I still don't get what your saying about the genomewide settings, I don't know where to change it at. I apologize if I am bothering you or anyone else on here, I just want to learn just like everyone else.
    Quote Originally Posted by Dorianfinder View Post
    Using the Do-It-Yourself Dodecad v 2.1 that you can find here [includes the Dodecad v3 calculator files]
    The DIY Dodecad v 2.1 software includes the dv3 calculator files, and the dv3.par file was downloaded together with the DIY dodecad v 2.1 program files. When you saved the DIY Dodecad files after unzipping them, you unknowingly also saved a file name dv3.par in the same directory; as you have been able to run the admixture program successfully. The dv3.par file is one of the files that you downloaded as part of the DIY Dodecad program. Look in your DIY dodecad file registry and you will find a file named dv3.par Once you have found it open it using notepad or any other program that allows you to read the few lines (settings) that it has. In the dv3.par file you will see the word 'genomewide'. Delete this word and write 'bychr' in its place. Save the file as dv3.par and go to the R console where you continue with the command prompts as you have done before. This will work, however you will find the results in your DIY dodecad directory with all the other program files in a new file generated from the analysis named 'bychr.doc'. Follow the same procedure for byseg results.
    Quote Originally Posted by Carlos View Post
    We can send to them our results and you put them in his calculator, because the life has been complicated in a bad way: cannot it be simpler and the calculator bends in a pack without so many histories? We would be grateful for it eternally and it would serve them as learning in his personal studies. What do they say to me?
    If you cannot manage and want me to calculate your bychr and byseg percentages send me a personal message. I am happy to help where I can.

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    Dorianfinder
    If you cannot manage and want me to calculate your bychr and byseg percentages send me a personal message. I am happy to help where I can.
    Thank you very much, very friendly. I sent a private message.

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    K7b and K12b calculators available

    Download the K7b calculator here.
    Download the K12b calculator here.

    Download the new Dodecad Oracle for K12b here.
    Last edited by Dorianfinder; 02-02-12 at 11:22.

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    There are two more calculators from Dienekes aka the Dodecad Ancestry Project.

    Download the weac2 calculator files here.
    Download the K10a calculator here.

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    It seems that aDna sites are still using this mixture................is it still correct for STRs?

    http://www2.gslt.hum.gu.se/~leifg/jh...story_2005.pdf

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    Hi Zanipolo, no it is not possible to use STR data with the current admixture setup. Autosomal DNA is used by reading SNP data and comparing it with individuals from specific regions. Primary component analysis (PCA) is used to give each SNP a value indicating it's significance as an ancestral marker. You need to do an autosomal DNA test (aDNA) if you want to know what your ancestral percentages are. This is the region that excludes the sex chromosomes (X & Y). Your STR values were taken from your Y chromosome. I hope this helps!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dorianfinder View Post
    Hi Zanipolo, no it is not possible to use STR data with the current admixture setup. Autosomal DNA is used by reading SNP data and comparing it with individuals from specific regions. Primary component analysis (PCA) is used to give each SNP a value indicating it's significance as an ancestral marker. You need to do an autosomal DNA test (aDNA) if you want to know what your ancestral percentages are. This is the region that excludes the sex chromosomes (X & Y). Your STR values were taken from your Y chromosome. I hope this helps!
    thanks

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    It was done to measure myself with South Tyrol people...............I seem slightly out ( my opinion)
    Last edited by Sile; 07-02-14 at 22:49.

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    There's going to be a new calculator on GED Match soon, a revised version of Eurogenes K13 featuring two ancient genomes, MA-1 and La Brana. As soon as John restores the server on GED Match. We'll be able to use the calculator.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dorianfinder View Post
    There's going to be a new calculator on GED Match soon, a revised version of Eurogenes K13 featuring two ancient genomes, MA-1 and La Brana. As soon as John restores the server on GED Match. We'll be able to use the calculator.
    Sweet, thanks Dorianfinder.

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    is it possible to run your raw data on DODECAD outside GEDmatch platform? some other websites?

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    previus DODECAD calculators will still available?

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    Why isn't the french admixture split in many admixture tests?

    Clearly its a huge land too solely be basically under one marker

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