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  • Any Halogroup

    How do you or can you determine the Halogoup from the DNA test? Is they done by FTM or is there a website that will help? Eve

  • #2
    try this

    https://home.comcast.net/~whitathey/hapest.htm

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    • #3
      Haplogroups

      I took a look at the website, I didn't find all of the possible Haplogroups listed. FTDNA tells me I am in Group I, the website tells me I am an I1A, why the difference? (they don't have Group I listed)

      Jim L

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      • #4
        dont know all the people with tht knowledge must be on vacation i'll see if i can get some here

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        • #5
          I1a and I

          Whit Athey's haplogroup predictor is just that, a predictor with probabilities of which haplogroup a given set of number returns fits. I1a is a subclade of I. His numbers are based on existing public information from people whose haplotype has been either tested or predicted. FTDNA was not yet testing for subclades, although they will now predict some subclades of I. You can have this tested by them for $50 through the end of November, and it is probably worth doing. I am doing it with my father who is I1b predicted and my husband who is E3b.

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