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  • Geno 2.0 Y chromosome and mitochondrial DNA haplogroup percentages

    For those of you who have done the Geno 2.0 test with the Genographic Project, you will find that if you log into your account there you will see that they are now reporting percentages for both Y and mtDNA haplogroups for everyone in their database. You can see these percentages on the Dashboard link at https://genographic.nationalgeograph...ults/dashboard. I think it would be a great idea to collect the percentages for each of the Y and mtDNA haplogroups. While these percentages will as a general rule be more representative of haplogroup percentages in Europe than for the world as a whole, I think that they will be of interest to people. If you would be willing to either post your personal Y and mtDNA haplogroup percentages on this thread or e-mail me with your percentages at [email protected], I would appreciate it.

    I have uploaded some preliminary files to the ISOGG Wiki page at http://www.isogg.org/wiki/Haplogroup under the links Geno 2.0 Y haplogroup percentages from the Genographic Project and Geno 2.0 mtDNA haplogroup percentages from the Genographic Project. So far I have Y haplogroup percentages for 37.7% of all men for which the Genographic Project has Geno 2.0 data and mtDNA haplogroup percentages for 19.7% of all people for which the Genographic Project has Geno 2.0 data. You don't need to send me your haplogroup percentages if you already see your Y and/or mtDNA haplogroup percentages in the pertinent Excel file. However, if you don't see your haplogroup listed in one or both files, please send that data to me. I am sure that the Genographic Project will continue to update the percentages and update their Y and mtDNA haplogroup trees in the future. Europedia also has some nice haplogroup data at http://www.eupedia.com/europe/europe...logroups.shtml, but it doesn't get to the terminal SNP level to the extent that the Geno 2.0 data does.
    Sincerely,
    Tim Janzen

  • #2
    Hi Tim

    My Percentages are:

    Maternal
    U5a1b1
    0.4%

    Paternal
    R-L2
    1.6%

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    • #3
      Originally posted by TimJanzen View Post
      For those of you who have done the Geno 2.0 test with the Genographic Project, you will find that if you log into your account there you will see that they are now reporting percentages for both Y and mtDNA haplogroups for everyone in their database. You can see these percentages on the Dashboard link at https://genographic.nationalgeograph...ults/dashboard. I think it would be a great idea to collect the percentages for each of the Y and mtDNA haplogroups. While these percentages will as a general rule be more representative of haplogroup percentages in Europe than for the world as a whole, I think that they will be of interest to people. If you would be willing to either post your personal Y and mtDNA haplogroup percentages on this thread or e-mail me with your percentages at [email protected], I would appreciate it.

      I have uploaded some preliminary files to the ISOGG Wiki page at http://www.isogg.org/wiki/Haplogroup under the links Geno 2.0 Y haplogroup percentages from the Genographic Project and Geno 2.0 mtDNA haplogroup percentages from the Genographic Project. So far I have Y haplogroup percentages for 37.7% of all men for which the Genographic Project has Geno 2.0 data and mtDNA haplogroup percentages for 19.7% of all people for which the Genographic Project has Geno 2.0 data. You don't need to send me your haplogroup percentages if you already see your Y and/or mtDNA haplogroup percentages in the pertinent Excel file. However, if you don't see your haplogroup listed in one or both files, please send that data to me. I am sure that the Genographic Project will continue to update the percentages and update their Y and mtDNA haplogroup trees in the future. Europedia also has some nice haplogroup data at http://www.eupedia.com/europe/europe...logroups.shtml, but it doesn't get to the terminal SNP level to the extent that the Geno 2.0 data does.
      Sincerely,
      Tim Janzen
      What will I learn from the percentage that my group is in? Isn't that to do with how many people took the Geno2 test? One would have to think that most have European ancestry.
      The Eupedia link has R1b as a Bronze age SNP. Why is that? Is R1b not 24,000 years old?

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      • #4
        Maternal Percentage :
        F1a1
        0.1%

        Paternal Percentage :
        O-F1982
        <0.1%

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        • #5
          Maternal- H67 <0.1
          Paternal- E-L17 0.1

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          • #6
            Maternal- U5a2c3 - 0.1%
            Paternal- I-Z63 - 1.1%

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            • #7
              Maternal: T2, 0.3% (mtDNA Full showed T2f2)
              Paternal: R-CTS7822, 0.8% (R-CTS9219 indeed)

              And for another kit that I manage:

              Maternal: H27, 0.4%
              Paternal: I-L621, 1.3%
              Last edited by trifud; 7th July 2014, 09:47 AM.

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              • #8
                I ordered Geno 2.0 for my dad awhile back.

                According to his Geno 2.0 dashboard, here are the percentage of participants in Geno 2.0 who share his paternal and maternal haplogroups:

                mtDNA K1a1 0.2%

                y-dna R-CTS2501 0.4%

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                • #9
                  The U106 project has completed compiling percentages from Geno. U106 appears to be ~13% of Geno 2 participants. Spreadsheet is here:

                  https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/...ents/645001020

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                  • #10
                    Maternal line
                    J1C .5%

                    Paternal line
                    R-M17 .8%

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                    • #11
                      Here are my dad's results:

                      Maternal: H11 (0.5%)

                      Paternal: E-L241 (0.2%)

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