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    Source for the eupedia Y haplogroups maps?

    I love the maps with the sub-types of haplogroups by countries, it is very interesting, but I would like to know the source for country information.

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    I have used all the academic studies published to date + data from some FTDNA projects.

    I started listed the papers in the sources here, but I did gave up as it was time consuming and didn't feel worth doing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maciamo View Post
    I have used all the academic studies published to date + data from some FTDNA projects.

    I started listed the papers in the sources here, but I did gave up as it was time consuming and didn't feel worth doing.
    Thanks for the answer.

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