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    Ok, obviously you know more about France, its...

    Ok, obviously you know more about France, its medical practice and its laws and regulations than me (despite me being a doctor in said France, being born and raised in that country, and working in a...
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    I was talking about France specifically, sorry if...

    I was talking about France specifically, sorry if i wasn't clear. And no, not all DNA tests are banned: as long as they're justified for medical care or research, they're perfectly fine and are...
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    I don't understand the need to try to explain LP...

    I don't understand the need to try to explain LP with convoluted population migration theories when it's obvious that it's a huge selective advantage.
    Like LeBrok said, milk is an endless...
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    I'm using Firefox, so i guess it's a security...

    I'm using Firefox, so i guess it's a security package issue. Gonna try with another browser.

    I've never heard of any blocking of this kind of website. Genetic testing without informed consent...
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    23andme website down?

    Hello,

    Is it just me or is 23andme's website unreachable for other people too?
    I've been trying to connect for a few days now and i always get a message saying there might be something wrong on...
  6. All i know is that according to GEDmatch, i...

    All i know is that according to GEDmatch, i always end up clustered very close to West Germans (3.41) and South Dutchs (4.3), and much much farther (almost twice as far according to the least square...
  7. Eurogenes_ANE K7 Results: ANE 13.58% ...

    Eurogenes_ANE K7 Results:



    ANE

    13.58%


    ASE
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    Let's also take into account that these 64 people...

    Let's also take into account that these 64 people have admixtures of their own. Let's say you're 98% Blue and 2% Red.

    In Saldimaria's example, out of your 64 ancestors, there would have been 63...
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    Thank you for this ht35 map! When looking for...

    Thank you for this ht35 map!
    When looking for R1b haplotype in Western Europe, you usually find ht15 maps, but not ht35, so this one is very useful.
    Thanks to the others for the insight on...
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    I won't post the Speculative ones since these...

    I won't post the Speculative ones since these only have 50% confidence threshold, whereas Standard has 75% and Conservative has 90%.

    Standard:

    99.2% European
    - 18.3% French/German
    - 0.9%...
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    Eurogenes might be a mere internet blog, the guy...

    Eurogenes might be a mere internet blog, the guy behind it happens to know stuff about population genetics, biostatistics and results interpretation. Just because it's a DIY project doesn't mean it...
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    It's because T. Brown was given a myelic...

    It's because T. Brown was given a myelic transplantation from a donor who was naturally immune to HIV (thanks to a mutation present in 1-15% of Europeans). His entire immune system (including...
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    What's the "noise threshold" in myOrigins...

    What's the "noise threshold" in myOrigins admixtures? I've heard that in Gedmatch and 23andme, percentages below 1% were uninterpretable, but i might be wrong.

    For example, here's numbers from my...
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    I've had my genome tested by 23andme last year...

    I've had my genome tested by 23andme last year (autosomal + mtDNA + Y-DNA) and am considering offering testing kits to some of my family members who also interested in personal genomics.

    However,...
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    You're obviously stuck on your opinion, which is...

    You're obviously stuck on your opinion, which is supported by absolutely no argument other than your own belief. You can't simply post similar maps about totally different topics and draw...
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    Is this a comedy thread? I mean, you do know...

    Is this a comedy thread?

    I mean, you do know that homosexuals are born from heterosexual parents, don't you? You also do know that there are LGBT people in every corner of the world? And that...
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    Yeah, thanks for this map, it's usually pretty...

    Yeah, thanks for this map, it's usually pretty hard to find detailed info about H5.

    The map is pretty surprising though, as 23andme's H5 map shows a hotspot in Lebanon and Syria, while yours...
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    I would say a few hundred years at best, since...

    I would say a few hundred years at best, since the amount of autosomal data from one given ancestor gets divided by two with each passing generation.

    For example, let's say you have 8 generations...
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