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  • #31
    That graph shows you the kit numbers for the X participants.

    The top has the same as the left side.

    Find your kit number in either the top or the side and either go down or across to find any 200+ segments that you have in common with any other kit number.

    If it is a very high number, you could contact JOlson to see if an introduction can be facilitated.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by Wis of Oz View Post
      Dexter,

      We match SNP 485 with total of 2251.3rd cousin prediction. I will e-mail you about our connection later today. It probably is through my mother from Texas unless you have some of my fathers Swedish blood. Lin (Wis of Oz)
      Never received an email.. just in FYI if you did send one.. Thanks,

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      • #33
        My wife (158065) matches with you:

        Largest SNP run = 298
        Total SNPs in matching regions= 504

        Though she does match over 50% of 'players' that I have compared on there, so I don't know what is happening!

        Originally posted by jim22jim View Post
        Mine 151359
        I don't understand but whats going on but there you are.

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        • #34
          158065 my wife

          Largest SNP run = 577
          Total SNPs in matching regions= 2889

          130149 me
          Largest SNP run = 261
          Total SNPs in matching regions= 474


          Originally posted by mkdexter View Post
          Compare to kit 178691 when you have a second.
          Last edited by briancowings; 2 September 2010, 06:09 AM. Reason: added my results

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          • #35
            97239 with 158065 (wife)

            Largest SNP run = 416
            Total SNPs in matching regions= 2267

            97239 with 130149 (me)

            Largest SNP run = 231
            Total SNPs in matching regions= 231

            Originally posted by Wis of Oz View Post
            My kit number is 97239

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            • #36
              I'm 145114.

              I have a match of 602 with kit number 179555, whoever they may be.

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              • #37
                145114 with 158065 (my wife)

                Largest SNP run = 538
                Total SNPs in matching regions= 4437

                and with 130149 (me)
                Largest SNP run = 219
                Total SNPs in matching regions= 219


                Originally posted by drouhin View Post
                I'm 145114.

                I have a match of 602 with kit number 179555, whoever they may be.
                Last edited by briancowings; 2 September 2010, 08:37 AM.

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by JPHutchins View Post
                  ... it only took about 30 seconds for the graph to generate. It was fast.
                  I've had some time to go back and optimize the program a bit. It should run a lot faster now. Thanks for noticing!

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by briancowings View Post
                    My wife (158065) matches with you:

                    Largest SNP run = 298
                    Total SNPs in matching regions= 504

                    Though she does match over 50% of 'players' that I have compared on there, so I don't know what is happening!
                    Looks like she comes from good stock.

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                    • #40
                      what do the numbers mean?

                      So does that mean that shared SNPs came from my mothers side but could be eitherside of you wife's family?

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                      • #41
                        My wife kept telling me that she came from good stock. Then her results came in and now we are 5th cousins, I just say

                        "Same Stock"

                        Originally posted by jim22jim View Post
                        Looks like she comes from good stock.

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                        • #42
                          I think so We still don't know where we connect at the fifth-distant level.

                          JOlson has revised the math so our matches should be less:

                          "For Male-Female matches, divide resulting score by 1.3
                          For Female-Female matches, divide resulting score by 2
                          If the result is less than 200, consider it to be zero."

                          Male to male stay the same as he says is the baseline!



                          Originally posted by jim22jim View Post
                          So does that mean that shared SNPs came from my mothers side but could be eitherside of you wife's family?
                          Last edited by briancowings; 2 September 2010, 10:53 AM.

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                          • #43
                            The adjusted scores are now posted HERE.

                            These scores represent the adjustments I posted previously.

                            Lots of old winners dropped out in this round.

                            It looks like somebody brought their sister to the game... Score = 8425!

                            The "compare 2 files" utility still shows the old scores, but I'll be updating that too.

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                            • #44
                              Is this new gedmatch calculation right?

                              I compared as a 2nd cousin to a lady and she compared 100 % to her son. Now I noticed she or I do not match anyone. She does'nt even match her son. Very bizarre. I hoped the original one was correct. This new one is a bummer!! Wis of Oz

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                              • #45
                                Hmmm... a mother-son match sure shouldn't have gone away. I'm still having some problems with the program, so hopefully it will come back.

                                Do you know the kit numbers of the mother-son, so I can look into that one?

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