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    Database for ancient DNA comparison ab. 200'000 SNPs

    Hi there,
    I succeeded in sequencing ancient autosomal DNA from a far relative, with a result of about 200'000 SNPs. But neither GEDMatch or other database accept this upload because they need almost 500k SNPs... Does someone know if there are worldwide databases to make random comparisons?
    Thanks,
    David

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidPat View Post
    Hi there,
    I succeeded in sequencing ancient autosomal DNA from a far relative, with a result of about 200'000 SNPs. But neither GEDMatch or other database accept this upload because they need almost 500k SNPs... Does someone know if there are worldwide databases to make random comparisons?
    Thanks,
    David
    Try to process it through Admixture Studio. Then take the values, put commas between them, eliminate the spaces, and use it for Vahaduo spreadsheets.

    All of the calculators on GEDmatch are available in that format, plus more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jovialis View Post
    Try to process it through Admixture Studio. Then take the values, put commas between them, eliminate the spaces, and use it for Vahaduo spreadsheets.

    All of the calculators on GEDmatch are available in that format, plus more.
    thank you Jovialis

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