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Sile
08-11-13, 21:31
Just like to mention that Ftdna has 2 very powerful automosal tools. people do not realise how good they are. Reading other links about these tests, they seem very accurate, based on knowledgeable people.
I would like to get comments on your personnel lines and how accurate you think they are.

firstly in ydna - haplogroup origins............These are STR markers going back thousands of years and only based on you Ydna marker
and then - Ancestral origins ............These are STR markers for the last 300 years without your Ydna marker ( ie, it includes any ydna marker)

any way, mine are - haplogroup origins
Exact Match



Haplogroup
Country



T1
Ireland



T1
Italy



.................................................. ................................
and ancestral origins are
Exact Match



Country
Match Total


Germany
2





Ireland
1





Italy
1





Poland
1





Slovenia
1





United States
1



I did not bother with anything after exact matches

Kardu
09-11-13, 01:24
They are accurate if the number of people tested from a certain country is relatively high.

Armatus
09-11-13, 17:24
They are accurate if the number of people tested from a certain country is relatively high.
Totally agree, but with a rare subgroup you also won't find a lot.
That's what I get, not very informative:

Haplogroup Origins:

12 Marker

GENETIC DISTANCE - 1
Haplogroup Country Comment Count
I2a Germany - 1



Ancestral Origins:

12 Marker

GENETIC DISTANCE -1
Country Match Total Country Total Percentage Comments
Germany 1 15304 < 0.1 %
Italy 1 4156 < 0.1%


Still, when I imagine having some R or common I subclade it'd be very helpful and useful.