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  • B198251
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    @MMaddi Thank you for your reply, I appreciate your info.

    @Ann Turner No, there is only Autosomal, X and Y data.

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  • Ann Turner
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    Originally posted by B198251 View Post
    Hi All,

    I’ve got my atDNA analysis raw data from MyHeritage. Raw file contains some Y-chromosome data:
    480 rows (343 of them with alleles and 139 with "--" signs).
    Is there any mtDNA data?

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  • MMaddi
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    Originally posted by B198251 View Post

    All I found is a few mutations corresponded to haplogroup F and a few to I, IJ and IJK.

    So the question is: is it possible to determine my haplogroup and clade based on this file?

    Thank you!
    From what you've described in your full post (most of which I haven't quoted), it doesn't sound like you can narrow your haplogroup down to anything better than IJK. That means that you could be some sort of I, J1, J2 or any of the haplogroups descended from K (K, M, N, O, P, Q, R1a, R1b, S, T). Not very satisfying.

    You could try looking for calls for the SNPs that define top levels of those dozen or so haplogroups. You can use the haplogroup trees that ISOGG has posted at https://isogg.org/tree/index.html to find the name of the top level defining SNP for each haplogroup.

    Also, the ethnic/geographic ancestry of your paternal line may offer a clue. For instance, I is mainly found in Europe; J1, J2 and T are found in the Mediterranean region (Middle East, North Africa, Europe), extending into the Caucasus; Q is found in Scandinavia, northern Asia and, especially among Native Americans; and R1a and R1b are strong among men with European ancestry, but R1a is also found in the Middle East and India and R1b in the Middle East and North Africa.

    Of course, if you're really interested in finding this information out, you should do some SNP testing. That's the only way you'll get very far down the branch of your particular haplogroup/subclade.
    Last edited by MMaddi; 4 June 2017, 01:45 PM.

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  • B198251
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    Haplogroup from MH raw data file?

    Hi All,

    I’ve got my atDNA analysis raw data from MyHeritage. Raw file contains some Y-chromosome data:
    480 rows (343 of them with alleles and 139 with "--" signs).

    I tried to use
    "23andME to Y-SNP Converter" tool (http://www.y-str.org/2014/04/23andme-to-ysnps.html) to determine the names of Y-SNPs. It successfully reads the file and gives me output with a all the -’s (minus sign) and no one +.

    Based on this file Prometheus gives me 72 Haplogroup SNPs.
    I was looking trough them for any mutations (comparing alleles with haplogroups list here: https://isogg.org/tree/OLDISOGG_YDNA_SNP_Index.html)

    All I found is a few mutations corresponded to haplogroup F and a few to I, IJ and IJK.

    So the question is: is it possible to determine my haplogroup and clade based on this file?

    Thank you!
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