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  • #16
    Originally posted by Wing_Genealogis View Post
    The issue I personally see with this change is the fact it is now much more problematic for folks to check for all of their SNPs.

    The old version automatically transferred all of the SNPs. The new version requires folks to hand-enter them all in. The only other easy option I see is to transfer the SNP results from the project SNP page, but this page only includes the SNPs in FTDNA's extremely outdated Haplotree for Big Y results.
    I think you don't have to enter all by hand - just should be able to copy from the known snps download file from the Big-Y Addon, and paste them in the Options of the new AddOn. The idea behind this separation is because, Y-SNPs is not specific to Big-Y, and others who haven't done Big-Y but have Y-SNPs (like Geno 2.0 etc) can also benefit by plotting on ISOGG Y-Tree.

    Also, I had to disable the ISOGG functionality from Big-Y AddOn to avoid conflict between both AddOns. Nevertheless, if you still require the old version, you can get it from Google Drive, Go to Tools-> Extension (enable Developer Mode), click -> Load the unpacked extension, and select the extracted previous Big-Y Addon which allows you to use the old version locally.
    Last edited by felix; 12 April 2014, 02:49 AM.

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    • #17
      Thanks Felix, works like a charm!

      I didn't think of downloading the SNP results using your tool. Still working on my first cup of coffee.

      Thanks for all of your work on these apps.

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      • #18
        I got all this to work.

        But how are you supposed to get the SNPs out of the
        BigY data download?

        I entered it in Excel and then did a rather long list
        of search\replace\sort operations and then a concatenate
        to get a comma delineated list with out ? SNPs. Is it
        supposed to be easy? It worked but ...

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        • #19
          Originally posted by dtvmcdonald View Post
          I got all this to work.

          But how are you supposed to get the SNPs out of the
          BigY data download?

          I entered it in Excel and then did a rather long list
          of search\replace\sort operations and then a concatenate
          to get a comma delineated list with out ? SNPs. Is it
          supposed to be easy? It worked but ...
          Yes, it is easy!

          Just download the Big-Y SNPs (as in screenshot below) using the Big-Y AddOn.

          Attached Files

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          • #20
            Originally posted by felix View Post
            Yes, it is easy!

            Just download the Big-Y SNPs (as in screenshot below) using the Big-Y AddOn.
            That's easy. BUT how do I get them, easily, into the
            ISOGG new separate ap? You have to paste them in,
            with a form like M123+, L323-, .....

            HOW do I convert to that format from the download you mention? As I said, it is perfectly straightforward to do in
            Excel if you are an adept ... but its many steps.

            I did it that way. Is there an easier way?

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            • #21
              Originally posted by dtvmcdonald View Post
              That's easy. BUT how do I get them, easily, into the
              ISOGG new separate ap? You have to paste them in,
              with a form like M123+, L323-, .....

              HOW do I convert to that format from the download you mention? As I said, it is perfectly straightforward to do in
              Excel if you are an adept ... but its many steps.

              I did it that way. Is there an easier way?
              The download I mentioned and the entry in the new AddOn are same format. So, it is basically just a copy/paste. May be I am missing something here.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by felix View Post
                The download I mentioned and the entry in the new AddOn are same format. So, it is basically just a copy/paste. May be I am missing something here.
                yes, you are missing something.

                The download is a .csv file.

                WHAT DO I DO WITH IT it get it to work with the new ISOGG
                addin. I should add that I downloaded both addins
                this morning.

                I did get it to work, but it took work in Excel.

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by dtvmcdonald View Post
                  yes, you are missing something.

                  The download is a .csv file.

                  WHAT DO I DO WITH IT it get it to work with the new ISOGG
                  addin. I should add that I downloaded both addins
                  this morning.

                  I did get it to work, but it took work in Excel.
                  The .csv is for Known SNPs or Novel variants. You got to download the Big-Y SNPs (the button I highlighted in an earlier post). The Big-Y SNPs will download as a .txt file.

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                  • #24
                    Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh ......... I see

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by dtvmcdonald View Post
                      Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh ......... I see
                      These exchanges model a great support process!

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                      • #26
                        It took me a while, but separating out the table of SNPs tested give us the opportunity to add results from other tests. For example, I tested for DF27 and it does not seem to show on the Big Y but I know my result and can now include it on the ISOGG map.

                        Thanks

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