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  • New web YPredictor

    Welcome to test a new YPredictor v0.3 beta - http://predictor.ydna.ru
    Predictions are based on the phylogenetic trees of each haplogroup,
    calculating probability which depends on difference in marker values, marker
    mutation rates and age of parent node.
    Thanks.

    1. Enter haplotypes in text field
    The default marker order is FTDNA's, but you can select another order via
    the Options button
    You should not enter DYS 464e, f, or g
    It is possible to use short haplotypes (for example with 12 markers)
    For dividing markers use separators: , ; - or Space, Tab
    For unknown values use any text symbols ('x', 'unknown', etc.) or skip value
    but insert separator
    For deletion values (in DYS 425, DYS 448, etc.) use 0
    Only 200 (or less) haplotypes at time
    2. Click button 'Convert to table'
    3. Check markers values in table
    4. Click button 'Predict'
    5. Wait for results
    6. If you need copy results: click button 'Copy results' and than paste in
    Excel or text editor

  • #2
    Slick looking format. I didn't learn much about my own Y, though. Same as predicted already by FTDNA. But then I didn't really expect any fireworks. No significant results of any kind to date.

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    • #3
      This is beta version.

      List of possible results:
      A, A*, A1, A3
      B, B2a, B2b
      C, C2, C3
      D
      E, E1a, E1b1a, E1b1b1, E2
      F*, F*-III, F*-VI
      G, G1, G2, G2*, G2a, G2c
      H
      I1, I1-Norse, I1d, I2, I2*, I2a, I2b, I2b1, I2b2,
      J1, J1*, J1b, J1c, J1c2, J1c3, J2, J2a, J2a*, J2a4, J2b
      K*
      L, L1, L2, L3
      N, N1*, N1b, N1c
      O, O1, O2, O3
      P*
      Q, Q1a, Q1b
      R1a*, R1a1a*, R1a1a, R1a1a1*-Veneds, R1a1a1*-Varyags, R1a1a1*-Khazars, R1a1a1*-388=10, R1a1a1g, R1b, R1b1*, R1b1b1, R1b1b2, R2
      T, T*, T2, T3.

      Only 200 (or less) haplotypes at time

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      • #4
        Hi
        Thanks for posting this. I look forward to trying-out/using this predictor.

        I did notice that you might be using old Haplogroup designations in regards to I1. Currently, I1-Norse is equivalent to I1d (L22+). Maybe your I1d is what is now called I1d1 (P109+) ?

        Originally posted by rsychev View Post
        This is beta version.

        List of possible results:
        A, A*, A1, A3
        B, B2a, B2b
        C, C2, C3
        D
        E, E1a, E1b1a, E1b1b1, E2
        F*, F*-III, F*-VI
        G, G1, G2, G2*, G2a, G2c
        H
        I1, I1-Norse, I1d, I2, I2*, I2a, I2b, I2b1, I2b2,
        J1, J1*, J1b, J1c, J1c2, J1c3, J2, J2a, J2a*, J2a4, J2b
        K*
        L, L1, L2, L3
        N, N1*, N1b, N1c
        O, O1, O2, O3
        P*
        Q, Q1a, Q1b
        R1a*, R1a1a*, R1a1a, R1a1a1*-Veneds, R1a1a1*-Varyags, R1a1a1*-Khazars, R1a1a1*-388=10, R1a1a1g, R1b, R1b1*, R1b1b1, R1b1b2, R2
        T, T*, T2, T3.

        Only 200 (or less) haplotypes at time

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        • #5
          Nice! Very cool.

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