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  • Originally posted by Grandma View Post
    Is this pretty much Anatolian, Cypriot, or Tuscan
    No, it points to Jewish, like the rest of your evidence.

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    • Thanks for all this information. Many of the family members come from Aleppo, Latakia, and Beirut. When someone says Jewish, since it's a religion, are they speaking about ancient Kurdish/Iraqi/Sumerian/Aramaic ancestry?...

      I'm looking for ancestry to point to at the time when modern religions didn't yet begin. Just curious, since my husband can't say he has Unitarian DNA, but knows he's probably Celtic from Essex, England, with ancestors arriving in New England in 1631. So what geographic areas does this point to? All I know is that some of the family maybe left someplace in the 18th century to go to Aleppo, probably from Livorno, Italy...or? I'm seeking to connect DNA to geographic areas. Thanks everyone.......I'm really looking for a religion to join now, after age 70....because everyone around me are Humanists. So this gives me some clues where to search. Hey, thanks again for pointing in a direction.

      Last edited by ; 8 September 2011, 04:41 PM.

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      • Have you done a YSearch account with those STR data?

        http://www.ysearch.org/

        And look what kind of people do have this haplotype?

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        • Daniel - where does one find the Oracle tool? And will it work with the new Gedmatch.com admixture results? Thanks!

          Originally posted by Daniel72 View Post
          To do this, you need to put the results into the "Oracle" tool.

          I did this for you.

          Here are the 20 Populations, wichs admixture results are closest to your own:
          (the number at the end represents the difference to your own results. So higher, so more difference between the average of this population and you own.


          [1,] "Ashkenazy_Jews" "3.8197"
          [2,] "Ashkenazi_D" "4.6562"
          [3,] "Morocco_Jews" "9.6695"
          [4,] "S_Italian_Sicilian_D" "14.5709"
          [5,] "C_Italian_D" "15.917"
          [6,] "Tuscan_X" "15.944"
          [7,] "Greek_D" "16.4815"
          [8,] "Sephardic_Jews" "16.5674"
          [9,] "Sicilian_D" "16.8926"
          [10,] "Tuscan_H" "16.9366"
          [11,] "O_Italian_D" "17.0982"
          [12,] "TSI" "17.1677"
          [13,] "S_Italian_D" "17.5775"
          [14,] "Turkish_D" "20.2938"
          [15,] "Uzbekistan_Jews" "20.6068"
          [16,] "Lebanese" "21.8822"
          [17,] "Palestinian" "21.9909"
          [18,] "Tuscan" "22.1319"
          [19,] "Georgia_Jews" "22.392"
          [20,] "Romanians_14" "22.5113"

          And this is the "mixed mode":

          Top 10 "mixed mode" (2 population mixes that come close to your results)


          [1,] "90.3% Ashkenazy_Jews + 9.7% Kurd" "2.7725"
          [2,] "89.2% Ashkenazy_Jews + 10.8% Lebanese" "2.7761"
          [3,] "90.8% Ashkenazy_Jews + 9.2% Syrians" "2.7908"
          [4,] "92.4% Ashkenazy_Jews + 7.6% Iranians" "2.8056"
          [5,] "88.8% Ashkenazy_Jews + 11.2% Uzbekistan_Jews" "2.8122"
          [6,] "90.8% Ashkenazy_Jews + 9.2% Kurd_D" "2.8387"
          [7,] "90.9% Ashkenazy_Jews + 9.1% Turks" "2.8436"
          [8,] "88.8% Ashkenazy_Jews + 11.2% Turkish_D" "2.8516"
          [9,] "89.7% Ashkenazy_Jews + 10.3% Georgia_Jews" "2.8529"
          [10,] "92.9% Ashkenazy_Jews + 7.1% Iranian_D" "2.8652"
          [11,] "89.7% Ashkenazy_Jews + 10.3% Palestinian" "2.8738"
          [12,] "91% Ashkenazy_Jews + 9% Jordanians_19" "2.9278"
          [13,] "93.8% Ashkenazi_D + 6.2% Chuvashs_16" "2.9383"
          [14,] "93% Ashkenazy_Jews + 7% Yemenese" "2.9445"
          [15,] "91.1% Ashkenazy_Jews + 8.9% Iranian_Jews" "2.9674"
          [16,] "91.8% Ashkenazy_Jews + 8.2% Iraq_Jews" "3.043"
          [17,] "91.4% Ashkenazy_Jews + 8.6% Azerbaijan_Jews" "3.0446"
          [18,] "93.4% Ashkenazy_Jews + 6.6% Assyrian_D" "3.052"
          [19,] "94.8% Ashkenazy_Jews + 5.2% Uzbeks" "3.0766"
          [20,] "91.4% Ashkenazy_Jews + 8.6% Druze" "3.1034"

          Alternatives (not as close to actual result but I post them anyways.

          [48,] "94.9% Ashkenazi_D + 5.1% Russian" "3.4722"
          [456,] "41.4% Palestinian + 58.6% Tuscan_X" "4.8735"
          [462,] "87.7% Morocco_Jews + 12.3% Russian" "5.3952"
          [473,] "33.2% CEU + 66.8% Lebanese" "5.6517"

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          • Originally posted by dwight View Post
            Daniel - where does one find the Oracle tool? And will it work with the new Gedmatch.com admixture results? Thanks!
            Here:
            http://dodecad.blogspot.com/2011/07/...oracle-v1.html

            Well, you could just try what happens.

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            • Originally posted by Grandma View Post
              ...When someone says Jewish, since it's a religion, are they speaking about ancient Kurdish/Iraqi/Sumerian/Aramaic ancestry?...
              @Grandma: Welcome to the forums. Not to patronize, but there is an entire realm of amazing knowledge for you to gain with regard to what's called Biogeographical Analysis (BGA).

              Before you start that, however, you may want to read up on the different kinds of DNA--autosomal, mitochondrial, and X- and Y-chromosomal. I would focus on elements like rate of change over time, the lengths of the different DNA's, heritability of each type, the history behind the biotechnology in sequencing DNA, and which testing companies offer what in testing each type.

              Now, to answer your question above, I would say your BGA has been assessed as "Levantine". I encourage you to try the "Ancestry" functions at "Interpretome" (http://esquilax.stanford.edu/). To do it, it helps to have some savvy at electronic file manipulation. You may also want to google "Principal Components Analysis".
              Last edited by jah; 10 September 2011, 08:33 AM.

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              • Dienekes created a new calculator for his DIYDodecad program, called the 'africa9' calculator. If you have recent African ancestry, it might be useful to locate the area in Africa where your ancestors came from. He does note some of the ancestral components in 'africa9' share names with components in Dodecad V3, but they're not equivalent.

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