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    I uploaded my uncle's Raw Data to MyHeritage, but...

    I uploaded my uncle's Raw Data to MyHeritage, but now the company is charging for revealing results. So another time... :)
  2. Yes, I know R1a can be found in other places, but...

    Yes, I know R1a can be found in other places, but while it's relatively common in Friuli and particularly Udine, it's uncommon elsewhere, even in Treviso.

    I don't know what the link is. Please...
  3. There is this guy with ancestry from Trieste,...

    There is this guy with ancestry from Trieste, with whom I would form a new Y branch based on STR markers. Indeed, he has an "Italian" family name, but it's derived from a Slovenian one, ended by...
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    What are they doing? My trio-phased results...

    What are they doing? My trio-phased results changed... again! And became worst (from 86.5% Italian to 44%).

    (Parents' are the same.)

    Mine
    ***European 99.4%
    - Italian 44.0%
    - Spanish &...
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    My son's. (75% N. Italian - mostly NE Italian...

    My son's.

    (75% N. Italian - mostly NE Italian - and 25% Brazilian - mostly Portuguese)

    - West and Central Europe: 31%;
    - Southeast Europe: 26%;
    - Iberia: 26%;
    - Scandinavia: 5%;
    - East...
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    Maternal uncle's pretty different from mine: ...

    Maternal uncle's pretty different from mine:

    (NE Italian in ancestry)

    Metal Age Invader: 10%;
    Farmer: 53%;
    Hunter-Gatherer: 37%.
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    Maternal uncle's myOrigins is ready: (NE...

    Maternal uncle's myOrigins is ready:

    (NE Italian ancestry)

    - West and Central Europe: 58%;
    - Southeast Europe: 42%.
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    È morto Giacomo Bulleri: ...

    È morto Giacomo Bulleri:

    https://www.ilgiorno.it/milano/cronaca/giacomo-bulleri-morto-1.4771432
  9. Pretty cool, Duarte! And I didn't know Elvis...

    Pretty cool, Duarte!
    And I didn't know Elvis had B2. Very interesting!
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    In short, depending on the situation, 23andMe +...

    In short, depending on the situation, 23andMe + trio-phasing involving adopted, spouse and child could occasionally provide really good clues on the ancestry of the adopted person.
    It's amazing how...
  11. Probably a reference to the finding of high...

    Probably a reference to the finding of high genetic continuity between AHG and early Anatolian Farmers in a relatively recent study. Plus, the beginning of Neolithic transition in Anatolia (AAF...
  12. I couldn't find it. They say "The Y-STR data of...

    I couldn't find it. They say "The Y-STR data of all samples are available on the YHRD database (www.yhrd.org) with accession numbers YA004601."

    https://yhrd.org/YA004601 (Emilia-Romagna - 47...
  13. Here the positions may be found:...

    Here the positions may be found: http://www.yseq.net/images/trees/J1-M267_tree.pdf
    M390 is below J1-L136, sister to J1-P58 and J1-PF7264 (so not in the Eupedia tree in the previous post).
    M367...
  14. Apparently the M367 corresponds to M368:...

    Apparently the M367 corresponds to M368: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haplogroup_J-M267#J-M368

    Also, some SNPs labeled as J (Notes) must be SNPs used much time ago that are not used anymore. The...
  15. G-U8 is merely G-L30, i.e., too old (ancestral to...

    G-U8 is merely G-L30, i.e., too old (ancestral to G-U1 itself, G-L497, G-M406...). https://www.yfull.com/tree/G-L30/ So the G2a-U1 in the list is also G-U8, while G-U8 in there must mean G-U8 (xU1). ...
  16. Sure. I built the list via software. Those are...

    Sure. I built the list via software. Those are the SNPs listed in the PDF you shared. You can check some of them either in ISOGG or in YFull.
    L1086 (A00), for example... Access...
  17. I'd expect more J2a as well, but most of Js are...

    I'd expect more J2a as well, but most of Js are J2b after all.

    As for J1s, I'm affraid they haven't tested that deep, so it's not possible to determine whether some J1 samples belong to the the...
  18. @Angela @torzio M20 is a SNP that represents...

    @Angela @torzio
    M20 is a SNP that represents haplogroup L-M20, yes, so that one M20 must be actually L-M20
    But never mind. I just checked, and indeed the supposed high number of L-M20 in Treviso is...
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    @Jovialis Ops. Sorry. I was focused in the...

    @Jovialis
    Ops. Sorry. I was focused in the numbers, and didn't notice that the labels changed.
  20. No L-M20? I'd expect some. At least in Treviso...

    No L-M20? I'd expect some. At least in Treviso province it'd be between 5 and 10%, if I'm not mistaken, which is pretty curious.

    I couldn't read the study, as always. :( Does it distinguish...
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    Mine changed again, slightly. My parent's are the...

    Mine changed again, slightly. My parent's are the same.

    Results now...

    Mine
    ***European 99.7%
    - Italian 86.5%
    - Greek & Balkan 1.6%
    - Spanish & Portuguese 1.2%
    - Broadly Southern...
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    I didn't notice any change. Mine are the...

    I didn't notice any change.


    Mine are the same!
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    Chopin - Ballade No. 1 in G minor, Op. 23 ...

    Chopin - Ballade No. 1 in G minor, Op. 23


    https://youtu.be/Ce8p0VcTbuA

    Mendelssohn - Piano Concerto No. 1 in G minor, Op. 25

    https://youtu.be/2GGx8TRWFVA
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    Classic! :-D https://youtu.be/FkaOgP8KKP8

    Classic! :-D


    https://youtu.be/FkaOgP8KKP8
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    You just told me in private. So U152-. Well, that...

    You just told me in private. So U152-. Well, that changes things. Belonging to R-S47, as we know it today, would imply being positive for a set of related SNPs - not just for S47 itself -, including...
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