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    Is The Genographic Project over yet? When will the results be published?

  • #2
    Originally posted by GregKiroKHR1bL1 View Post
    Is The Genographic Project over yet? When will the results be published?
    See FAQ Number 3 (link below) - this is the latest info I had from the source when I asked the same question. (Check back in late 2011 and then look for continuing news from 2012 ... or something like that).

    https://genographic.nationalgeograph..._about.html#Q3

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    • #3
      Yeah, I remember something like that in 2005 . . . I was hoping to read a big fat book by now.

      Originally posted by Mudgeeclarke View Post
      See FAQ Number 3 (link below) - this is the latest info I had from the source when I asked the same question. (Check back in late 2011 and then look for continuing news from 2012 ... or something like that).

      https://genographic.nationalgeograph..._about.html#Q3

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      • #4
        Click on the tab "project updates" at the website to see published papers and other reports.

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        • #5
          FTDNA first, then Genographic Project

          So, I did my FTDNA first and I agreed to submit my results to the Genographic Project from there. I didn't get an Log-in from the Genographic Project. Are the results going to be available through this website or only on the other one? Maybe the info is already presented and I just don't know it. Thanks.

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          • #6
            FTDNA posted your password under your old account listings. Now, they do not. I guess you have to ask for it from the help desk or look up one of your old records.

            Originally posted by Janelle View Post
            So, I did my FTDNA first and I agreed to submit my results to the Genographic Project from there. I didn't get an Log-in from the Genographic Project. Are the results going to be available through this website or only on the other one? Maybe the info is already presented and I just don't know it. Thanks.

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            • #7
              New Genographic Project Press Release

              The Genographic Project issued a new press release today, on IBM's website, including a high-res JPG map. Here's the same press release in the news media (to avoid a commercial link). The map's not included, but it's linked from there. The Genographic Project website has no indication of this story--their latest press release is from 2008.
              The Genographic Project Confirms Humans Migrated Out of Africa through Arabia
              New analytical method approaches the unstudied 99% of the human genome


              WASHINGTON, D.C., - 02 Nov 2011: Evolutionary history shows that human populations likely originated in Africa, and the Genographic Project, the most extensive survey of human population genetic data to date, suggests where they went next. A study by the Project finds that modern humans migrated out of Africa via a southern route through Arabia, rather than a northern route by way of Egypt. These findings will be highlighted today at a conference at the National Geographic Society.

              ...

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              • #8
                Autosomal?!

                Wasn't Genpgraphic project testing mtDNA and Y chromosome only?
                How about this study about other chromosomes?
                Is it possible they have used our DNA for something we were not aware of and maybe would not consent, as autosomal tests may reveal confidential health problems?

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by eastara View Post
                  Wasn't Genpgraphic project testing mtDNA and Y chromosome only?
                  How about this study about other chromosomes?
                  Is it possible they have used our DNA for something we were not aware of and maybe would not consent, as autosomal tests may reveal confidential health problems?
                  Dunno, and don't much care. As long as they don't publish our names along with our data it's all fine with me.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by gtc View Post
                    Dunno, and don't much care. As long as they don't publish our names along with our data it's all fine with me.
                    Me too. Dunno and don't much care, but JIC, I used gtc as my name ...

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Mudgeeclarke View Post
                      Me too. Dunno and don't much care, but JIC, I used gtc as my name ...
                      ... and I'm down as Michael Mouse.

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                      • #12
                        Apparently, Spencer Wells made several announcements regarding the Genographic Project at the conference last weekend. This blog post has a good summary of his presentation. For further information on the conference, this blog post has a good roundup.

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