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    Phasing accuracy

    How accurate is 23andme's phasing feature when you link a parent (or two parents)? Can I expect drastically different results?
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    Poll: Armenian, namely.

    Armenian, namely.
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    So this is completely false? "Haplogroup...

    So this is completely false?

    "Haplogroup I-M438 Migration

    Origin: I-M438 diverged from its brother haplogroup about 28,000 years ago. Then, at the end of the Ice Age about 12,000 to 14,000...
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    Thank you, that's exactly what I'm looking for....

    Thank you, that's exactly what I'm looking for. Do you know which subclades? I've read that I2a2a is one of them, but would like to verify - are there any reputable sources that aren't paywalled,...
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    Interesting, so where does Doggerland come into...

    Interesting, so where does Doggerland come into play? Any idea which subclade that would be?

    What about the Yamna?
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    The old version of 23andme, BritainsDNA, and the...

    The old version of 23andme, BritainsDNA, and the FTDNA project on I-M223 all state that it originaged in (or, in the case of BritainsDNA, eventually made it to) Doggerland. 23andme also mentions a...
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    From Doggerland to the Ural?

    So I've read time and time again that I-M223 originated in Doggerland. If that's the case, how did it make its way from there to the homeland of the Yamna culture near the Ural river? Am I...
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    6.83 MB! Chr Y has a No-Call run of length 11...

    6.83 MB!

    Chr Y has a No-Call run of length 11 from position 2978552 to position 3026733 (48.18 Kb)
    Chr Y has a No-Call run of length 33 from position 3046930 to position 3299144 (252.21...
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    Is there any simple explanation for why the...

    Is there any simple explanation for why the change was made if it's less precise than the previous one? Is it just a matter of cost for 23andme? I'm new to all this, so forgive my ignorance.
  10. I can't link to Google Maps due to my post count,...

    I can't link to Google Maps due to my post count, but the latitude/longitude is 47°01'24.5"N 1°47'02.5"W.

    Seems spot on, considering that my earliest paternal ancestor is said to have originated...
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