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    My origins 3.0 is very soon

    some group administrator posted this
    should be very soon ( some waves )

    FamilyTreeDNA Update


    Dear Group Project Administrators,

    We are excited to announce the following updates that we will begin releasing today, June 5th, and in the coming weeks.


    myOrigins 3.0

    We have nearly tripled the number of populations in Family Finder's myOrigins report! We will release a white paper in the coming months that will include the science behind the new myOrigins, but here is a little information about the new populations.

    New Populations
    • The new myOrigins includes 90 reference populations sourced from 8,053 individual samples.
    • These populations break down as follows:
      • 33 from Asia and Oceania
      • 27 from Europe and the Middle East
      • 21 from Africa and the Americas


    When will users get results?
    • Approximately 287,000 testers will display the update upon release next week.
    • The remainder of the database will be updated in waves.
    • Priority will be given to those who have most recently signed in to their kits.
    • Those who have not signed in for a year or more will be last to get the updated version of myOrigins.
    • For those kits who do not receive the update next week, an email will be sent to the primary email address on the kit when the new results are ready to view.
    • New testers or transfers who get results after the release will receive only the myOrigins 3.0 results, not the 2.0.
    • A CSV file summary of myOrigins 2.0 results will be available on the dashboard for a limited time.



    Big Y STR Results

    Thanks to the improvement in our Big Y STR technology and quality thresholds, reanalyzing current Big Y data is allowing us to provide additional STR values at no charge. SNP results will not be affected by this update.

    This reanalysis will go as follows:
    • Big Y-700 customers should have received additional STR calls in Panels 6 and 7 over the last few weeks.
    • Big Y-500 customers will receive additional STR calls in Panels 6 and 7 in the next few days.
    • Once all customers have been updated, STR calls in Panels 6 and 7 for all customers will be refined based on improvements to our quality control thresholds.

    It’s important to note:
    • For Big Y-700 testers, up until now, if there was a call at a location in the 500 but not in the 700, we preserved the 500 call. With the update to the STR calling process, Big Y-700 testers will only have those STRs called in the 700, which may mean some no-calls at positions that previously had values.
    • While Big Y-500 customers will receive some additional STR values, the only way to guarantee that a tester receives the full 700 STRs is to upgrade to Big Y-700.



    If you have any questions about these updates, please contact the FamilyTreeDNA Groups Team at [email protected].

    We hope you are all safe and healthy. Thank you for all of the work you do with your projects!

    Sincerely,
    FamilyTreeDNA

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    That will be wonderful because for me they have South East Europe that includes Italy, Greece and the Balkans.

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    Finally, This has taken forever to come. let's hope 3.0 is better

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    It is been postponed, let come it will come soon :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yaan View Post
    It is been postponed, let come it will come soon :)
    Yes i saw
    they took step back
    bummer



    Dear Group Project Administrators,

    We are delaying the release of myOrigins 3.0. After discovering issues in the final stages of QA, we've made the difficult decision to postpone the release to avoid the risk of compromising the stability of our website as we work to address the issue.

    When we have an expected launch date, we will let you know. We are working as quickly as possible to resolve all issues.

    We apologize for any inconvenience and for the change in plans.
    If you have any questions, please contact the FamilyTreeDNA Groups Team at [email protected].

    Sincerely,
    FamilyTreeDNA

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    Here it is:)



    father



    mother is too pure here:)
    G25 Maps
    K36 Ancestral Report and Chromosomal Analysis

    https://www.lm-genetics.com


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    My new one .............the 8% Anatolian I had has finally disappeared ,


    Europe 100%


    Southern Europe
    Italian Peninsula
    45%

    Greece & Balkans
    11%

    Sardinia
    5%


    Western Europe
    Great Britain
    19%

    Central Europe
    10%


    Eastern Europe
    East Slavic
    5%

    Baltic
    Baltic
    5%






    Better , than previous version...................different to Ancestry, 23andme and MyHeritages ones
    Fathers mtdna ... T2b17
    Grandfather mtdna ... T1a1e
    Sons mtdna ... K1a4o
    Mum paternal line ... R1b-S8172
    Grandmum paternal side ... I1d1-P109
    Wife paternal line ... R1a-Z282

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    Europe100%

    Southern Europe
    66%

    Iberian Peninsula
    39%

    Sardinia
    13%

    Basque
    11%


    Italian Peninsula
    3%

    Greece & Balkans
    info
    <0%

    Malta & Sicily
    info
    <0%

    Western Europe
    31%

    Central Europe
    28%

    Ireland
    3%

    Eastern Europe

    West Slavic
    2%

    East Slavic
    info
    <0%

    Magyar
    info
    <0%

    Finnish

    <2%




    I did not know they were updating it, they had not warned me
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    Oh yeah! I had forgotten the map



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    Not for all users. Not available for me for while.


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    Mine in line with my
    Known geneology

    https://i.imgur.com/PJtQJeh.jpg
    Last edited by kingjohn; 23-09-20 at 16:37.

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    Mine:

    Screen Shot 2020-09-23 at 10.25.35.png

    Hmmmmmm...here are my Ancestry.com results:

    Screen Shot 2020-09-25 at 16.02.07.png
    Last edited by bigsnake49; 25-09-20 at 22:06.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duarte View Post
    Not for all users. Not available for me for while.

    Done. Today my results are available. Europe 96% (63% Iberian, 28% Italian, 5% Central Europe, 1% Scadinavian), 2% Middle Eastern (2% Noth African - Magreb and Egypt) and 2% Africa (Congo). Logical results, considering that I am mainly a Colonial Portuguese and I am in a different clade than the one represented by the IBS (Iberian population of Spain), as shown in the latest figure:

    Postsript: 90% Southern Europe. Nice





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    Quote Originally Posted by Duarte View Post
    Done. Today my results are available. Europe 96% (63% Iberian, 28% Italian, 5% Central Europe, 1% Scadinavian), 2% Middle Eastern (2% Noth African - Magreb and Egypt) and 2% Africa (Congo). Logical results, considering that I am mainly a Colonial Portuguese and I am in a different clade than the one represented by the IBS (Iberian population of Spain), as shown in the latest figure:





    nice
    look like they ftdna more or less nailed it this time
    your italian peninsula in also high
    do you happen to have northern italian ancestery ?
    ( since many white brazilians do )
    regards
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    Quote Originally Posted by kingjohn View Post
    nice
    look like they ftdna more or less nailed it this time
    your italian peninsula in also high
    do you happen to have northern italian ancestery ?
    ( since many white brazilians do )
    regards
    adam
    Hi Adam.
    I have no news of Italian ancestors in my family (maternal and paternal). In fact, most autosomal calculators give me a high percentage of Italians. Until proven otherwise, I believe in the overlap of Iberians with northern Italians. Thank you very much for starting this topic. Today I'm out of juice. Tomorrow I will repay the courtesy of you having liked my post.

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    Europe
    85%
    Southern Europe

    Italian Peninsula
    49%
    Greece & Balkans
    18%
    Iberian Peninsula
    4%

    Western Europe
    Central Europe
    8%

    Eastern Europe
    East Slavic
    7%

    Americas
    12%
    Americas

    Amerindian – Central & South Mexico
    11%
    Amerindian – Andes & Caribbean
    info
    <1%
    Amerindian – Central America
    info
    <1%

    Middle East
    <3%
    North Africa
    Maghreb & Egypt
    info
    <3%

    Africa
    <2%
    Horn of Africa
    Eritrea, Northern Ethiopia & Somalia
    info
    <2%

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    Some things have surprised me:

    1- In my maternal line, Portuguese and Spanish surnames predominate widely. However, my Iberian component is 4%, while the East Slavic is 7%.

    2-The Amerindians of my country were related to tribes of the Pampas and the south of Brazil. However, my main Amerindian component is from southern Mexico (11%). It is not impossible ... but it is highly unlikely.

    3-The African slaves who came to South America came, almost entirely from the African Atlantic facade. However, my sub-Saharan component is from the Horn of Africa (<2%) ....

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    Europe 96%
    Southern Europe
    Italian Peninsula 45%

    Greece & Balkans 34%

    Eastern Europe
    Magyar 13%

    Baltic
    Baltic4%


    Middle East4%
    Middle East
    Anatolia, Armenia, & Mesopotamia 4%

    Middle East Jewish
    Mizrahi Jewish<1%


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    Quote Originally Posted by PaschalisB View Post
    Europe 96%
    Southern Europe
    Italian Peninsula 45%

    Greece & Balkans 34%

    Eastern Europe
    Magyar 13%

    Baltic
    Baltic4%


    Middle East4%
    Middle East
    Anatolia, Armenia, & Mesopotamia 4%

    Middle East Jewish
    Mizrahi Jewish<1%

    What's up with all the Magyar component all of a sudden for Greeks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigsnake49 View Post
    What's up with all the Magyar component all of a sudden for Greeks?
    Judging by various results posted elsewhere,whatever the ethnic backround Magyar,Irish or various jewish groups are the new hotness on this update .
    Almost everyone seems to get at least one of those..

    The updated results of my Greek friend.
    He gets the traces of various jewish groups in his case

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    Lost my British Isles component...
    Sardinia was added. My guess is to push me autosomaly further west, and/or include some Paleo component that differentiates me from modern day Balkans. It makes sense since I lost Italy/British Isles in my component after the update.



    PS: A bit confused, is Greece not considered Balkans? Or is there some other reason for the nomenclature being "Greece & Balkans"?
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    Quote Originally Posted by lacreme View Post
    Judging by various results posted elsewhere,whatever the ethnic backround Magyar,Irish or various jewish groups are the new hotness on this update .
    Almost everyone seems to get at least one of those..

    The updated results of my Greek friend.
    He gets the traces of various jewish groups in his case

    yes but extremely low <1%
    i think aegean greeks or some other middle eastern score some of the jewish refernces ( sefhardi , or mizrahi)
    i saw a palestinian who score 12% sefhardi and some mizrahi
    same goes for a lebanese christain i saw who score 19% sefhardi and some 8% mizrahi
    obviously it is false positive ....
    but i do rearly see non- jews europeans who score those clusters and if they do extremely low%
    the bigest problem of this update is the magyar refernce ( to choose hungary a central european country who is a mixed of balka+ germanic+ slavic)
    was a bad idea to begin with .....
    so thats why we see some overlap with non- jewish europeans who score it ....

    p.s
    the aschenazi cluster is stable as a rock
    my father mother is full aschenazi and he score 51% asckenazi in the new update .....
    the sefhardi and mizrhi clusters not so much and i do see false positive cases ......
    about the greece- balkan cluster
    i saw some southern bulgarian results who scored 100% greece -balkan
    they might used some southern bulgarians as reference for this cluster

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    Quote Originally Posted by Archetype0ne View Post
    Lost my British Isles component...
    Sardinia was added. My guess is to push me autosomaly further west, and/or include some Paleo component that differentiates me from modern day Balkans. It makes sense since I lost Italy/British Isles in my component after the update.



    PS: A bit confused, is Greece not considered Balkans? Or is there some other reason for the nomenclature being "Greece & Balkans"?
    Hi Archetype0ne

    I expanded my results to show all populations to see all the FTDNA's population clusters. Greece & Balcans represents a unique population cluster. Next I post the explanations of FTDNA about how to understand the groups and subgroups represented by Continental Regions, Overarching Populations, and Population Clusters.







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    Here're our results, mine and maternal uncle's.


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