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    For example, I have seen statements like “if you have DYS490=10, then it means…”.
    I think it might mean whether you are a Scot, or Irish or neither. How do these markers and their values get identified? I imagine that somewhere there is a master spreadsheet that describes all the combinations. But I haven’t found it. Can you help?

    Markers Values Meaning(s) in order of possibilities
    DYS490 10........Scot French Basque
    DYS493 14........German Spanish Portuguese
    Etc.

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    Originally posted by Henry View Post
    For example, I have seen statements like “if you have DYS490=10, then it means…”.
    I think it might mean whether you are a Scot, or Irish or neither. How do these markers and their values get identified? I imagine that somewhere there is a master spreadsheet that describes all the combinations. But I haven’t found it. Can you help?

    Markers Values Meaning(s) in order of possibilities
    DYS490 10........Scot French Basque
    DYS493 14........German Spanish Portuguese
    Etc.
    If someone has DYS490=10, then it is very likely that he has R1b-SRY2627+ and R1b-CTS8289+ and he might have other named SNPs downstream from CTS8289+.

    Stephen Parrish
    Co-administrator, SRY2627+/Z198+ DNA Project

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    • #3
      Is not in these "special meanings" the way that we have Y tree?

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