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    Thanks for informative answere👍
    So this thing is expensive :
    370$ big y-700 + 99$ for the bam file from ftdna+ 49$ for yfull upload of the bam file😲

    P.s
    I wish ftdna would have lowered there prices
    https://www.yfull.com/tree/E-FGC7391/

    https://yfull.com/mtree/H3ap/

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingjohn View Post
    Thanks for informative answere������
    So this thing is expensive :
    370$ big y-700 + 99$ for the bam file from ftdna+ 49$ for yfull upload of the bam file������
    P.s
    I wish ftdna would have lowered there prices

    I agree! Personally, I think the $99 fee for a Bam file is punitive and really should be lowered. I actually think it should never have been imposed but who cares what I think. On the bright side, the Y700 VCF file is pretty robust and from what I’ve heard is far better that the old Y500 VCF file. Which is why I say, it may pay for some to consider uploading the Y700 VCF file to YFull - which you can still get for free from FTDNA - and see how your results turnout. Some of my surname matches have done that and there’s no noticeable difference. Plus, if you ever change your mind and decide to pay the Bam file fee, YFull will still do the analysis for no extra charge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flann Fina View Post
    I agree! Personally, I think the $99 fee for a Bam file is punitive and really should be lowered. I actually think it should never have been imposed but who cares what I think. On the bright side, the Y700 VCF file is pretty robust and from what I’ve heard is far better that the old Y500 VCF file. Which is why I say, it may pay for some to consider uploading the Y700 VCF file to YFull - which you can still get for free from FTDNA - and see how your results turnout. Some of my surname matches have done that and there’s no noticeable difference. Plus, if you ever change your mind and decide to pay the Bam file fee, YFull will still do the analysis for no extra charge.

    one thing for sure
    you need patience of iron
    i am in the 11th week and still no results yet ......

    p.s
    i did get the upgrade from 12 marker to 111 str marker ....
    thats giving me some way to predict that i am e-y60961 based on those 111 str markers
    but i want to see the the real deal snp's of the big y result to confirm it

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingjohn View Post
    one thing for sure
    you need patience of iron
    i am in the 11th week and still no results yet ......

    p.s
    i did get the upgrade from 12 marker to 111 str marker ....
    thats giving me some way to predict that i am e-y60961 based on those 111 str markers
    but i want to see the the real deal snp's of the big y result to confirm it
    Yes, it’s needed much patience. Below, my historical on BigY-700:

    Y-DNA67 Ordered 07/16/2019 992
    Y-DNA67 Batched 08/12/2019 992
    Y-DNA67 Completed 08/20/2019 992
    Big Y Raw Data Ordered 08/14/2019 993
    Big Y Raw Data Completed 08/14/2019 993
    Big Y Raw Data Batched 08/14/2019 993
    Big Y-700 Ordered 08/14/2019 993
    Big Y-700 Batched 08/14/2019 993
    Big Y-700 Completed 10/26/2019 993

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duarte View Post
    Yes, it’s needed much patience. Below, my historical on BigY-700:

    Y-DNA67 Ordered 07/16/2019 992
    Y-DNA67 Batched 08/12/2019 992
    Y-DNA67 Completed 08/20/2019 992
    Big Y Raw Data Ordered 08/14/2019 993
    Big Y Raw Data Completed 08/14/2019 993
    Big Y Raw Data Batched 08/14/2019 993
    Big Y-700 Ordered 08/14/2019 993
    Big Y-700 Batched 08/14/2019 993
    Big Y-700 Completed 10/26/2019 993

    wow
    that is 2 1/2 months

    p.s
    they write that my results are expected between 15/2- 1/3
    i hope to get them before ...

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    In principle, it is possible to obtain the data for the determination of the haplogroup from the .BAM or .VCF files generated by a laboratory that does the whole genomic sequencing. Yfull accepts the upload of data from the following laboratories for the determination of the haplogroup y further downstream:

    NextGen Seq raw data file type

    .BAM/.CRAM

    .VCF

    Testing company

    FTDNA Big Y

    Full Genomes Inc
    YSEQ
    Enlighten
    Veritas Genetics
    BGI
    Novogene
    23mofang
    Dante Labs
    WeGene
    Yoogene
    Nebula Genomics

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingjohn View Post
    one thing for sure
    you need patience of iron
    i am in the 11th week and still no results yet ......

    p.s
    i did get the upgrade from 12 marker to 111 str marker ....
    thats giving me some way to predict that i am e-y60961 based on those 111 str markers
    but i want to see the the real deal snp's of the big y result to confirm it
    While I can’t say this for sure, from past experience that’s an indicator that your full results should be coming along fairly soon. Hopefully!

    Good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flann Fina View Post
    While I can’t say this for sure, from past experience that’s an indicator that your full results should be coming along fairly soon. Hopefully!
    Good luck!
    I hope so
    Thanks for kind words

    P.s
    Honestly i think that for such a high price
    of 370$ i paid for the big y-700
    i think ftdna should do an effort to reduce the long long waiting time for results....
    ......

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    FTDNA is well known to be slow, and late with results. I don't consider testing 111 STRs of much value, as few men opt for that, so you cannot compare. The thing with STRs that I found valuable is STRs with unusual values, I have one which is 8 when the usual is 14 - 15, and those men who match me on that STR have the same surname as mine, given one is the Italian version from Calabria, but he is the closest to me than even the Maltese ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingjohn View Post
    I hope so
    Thanks for kind words

    P.s
    Honestly i think that for such a high price
    of 370$ i paid for the big y-700
    i think ftdna should do an effort to reduce the long long waiting time for results....
    ......
    When did you get your results? Their website is saying 12-14 weeks these days.
    I1 > I-BY188570

    YFull id: YF68407



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    Quote Originally Posted by mwauthy View Post
    When did you get your results? Their website is saying 12-14 weeks these days.
    I got results like the dates they say
    they(ftdna) are ok,
    not going to lie i would have been happy if the process was faster 🤔

    P.s
    It still ther best spot much more than my origins
    In y haplogroup and mtdna they are good

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