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    Living Dna results ... some help with the intertpretation

    Just got my Living Dna results.
    yDna: E V13;
    mtDna: H12.

    -Europe 97%
    Europe (South) 62.0%
    Great Britain and Ireland 7.6%
    Europe (East) 6.6%
    Europe (North and West) 6.2%
    Europe (unassigned) 14.6%
    -Asia (South) 3%
    Pashtun 3%


    That came from Living Dna.
    I also installed and ran them on Dodecad12:

    East_European 9.00%
    West_European 26.16
    Mediterranean 33.30
    Neo_African 0.01
    West_Asian 20.69
    South_Asian 0.00
    Northeast_Asian 0.00
    Southeast_Asian 0.52
    East_African 0.00
    Southwest_Asian 7.13
    Northwest_African 3.08
    Palaeo_African 0.10.

    Do you notice any rarity?
    Is there any better analysis?
    Are there any specific SNP's I should check.

    Any comment or advice is welcome.

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    Y-DNA haplogroup
    T1a2 - SK1480
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    Country: United States



    Also mtDna H12, Apulia Italy

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    H11a2*-146+

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    Albanian/Gheg/Dibran/Okshtun
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bergin View Post
    Just got my Living Dna results.
    yDna: E V13;
    mtDna: H12.

    -Europe 97%
    Europe (South) 62.0%
    Great Britain and Ireland 7.6%
    Europe (East) 6.6%
    Europe (North and West) 6.2%
    Europe (unassigned) 14.6%
    -Asia (South) 3%
    Pashtun 3%


    That came from Living Dna.
    I also installed and ran them on Dodecad12:

    East_European 9.00%
    West_European 26.16
    Mediterranean 33.30
    Neo_African 0.01
    West_Asian 20.69
    South_Asian 0.00
    Northeast_Asian 0.00
    Southeast_Asian 0.52
    East_African 0.00
    Southwest_Asian 7.13
    Northwest_African 3.08
    Palaeo_African 0.10.

    Do you notice any rarity?
    Is there any better analysis?
    Are there any specific SNP's I should check.

    Any comment or advice is welcome.

    You have alot unassigned, but more or less similar mine. I guess these component ranges would be typical for Albanians? Surprised you have huge unassigned. What is your component breakdown?

    Mines as follows

    Complete Mode:



    Cautious Mode:



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    Another small amount of central/south Asia. Sindh, Pashtun, Kurdish, and Chuvash keep popping up in LivingDNA results from Albania to Britain.
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