Table for Results from Other Companies

WorldFamilies.net no longer accepts results from companies other than FTDNA for the Surname Projects we administer, as FTDNA now makes it so easy to add these results to FTDNA for a modest fee.  This program allows you to join the project, have your results displayed with the project, and receive emails from the project administrator.
In addition, FTDNA now offers a package that upgrades your results to more markers, allows you to upload your results to the FTDNA database (the largest in genetic genealogy) and receive access to your matches and other tools at FTDNA.
To learn more, click here: 
http://www.familytreedna.com/landing/ydna-transfer.aspx

 

However, some Project Administrators will accept your results if you place them in the conversion table below.  We provide the table here as a courtesy to our Project Administrators.  You should check with the Project Administrator to find out if he/she will accept results from another company in this conversion table.

  

 

Here is the FTDNA results framework for you to fill out your actual results. 

A.  If you were tested by FTDNA or National Genographic Project, please transfer (or Join) into the project instead of filling out this form  

    B.  You will need to find each of your markers, as reported by your testing company and report the counts in the boxes below.

1.   Sorenson Lab tests for several of the testing companies: Relative Genetics, DNA Heritage, Ancestry.com, SMGF

2.   You will need to tell us the date of the report you are using, plus which company reported - as they have changed their values a number of times. 

            3.   Use these conversions for Sorenson Labs results provided after 8/23/07:

-          Subtract 11 from GATA H4

-          Subtract 1 from DYS441

-          Subtract 5 from DYS442

-          Subtract 19 from DYS452

-          Subtract 1 from DYS461

-          Subtract 2 from DYS463

-          Subtract 2 from GATA A10. 

            4. Note: if this gives you a negative number for DYS452, check the date of your results report
            C.)
If you were tested by GeneBase, we are sorry – but we cannot accept your results, as we have not received a conversion, despite many requests.

            D.) If you were tested by any other testing company, ask them how to correlate their results to FTDNA – or ask if we know the correlation

 

From FTDNA 37 Marker Test

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 Date of Report you are using: ________    (Put your results in the boxes directly above this sentence. )

 

 

3 Please read these notes:

a)       If you were tested with 43/46 markers at RG, DNAH or DNAA, you won’t have results for 607, 576, 570 or CDY a/b.  You will have all the rest.

c)       Sometimes DYS394 is reported instead of 19 and CDYa/b may be reported as DYS724a/b

d)       If you have more markers reported, there is provision to report them in #6 below (let us know if you have a result for 464e, or 464 e/f, or for 19b)

FTDNA now makes it so easy to add these results to FTDNA for a modest fee.  This program allows you to join the project, have your results displayed with the project, and receive emails from the project administrator.
In addition, FTDNA now offers a package that upgrades your results to more markers, allows you to upload your results to the FTDNA database (the largest in genetic genealogy) and receive access to your matches and other tools at FTDNA.
To learn more, click here:  http://www.familytreedna.com/landing/ydna-transfer.aspx
FTDNA now makes it so easy to add these results to FTDNA for a modest fee.  This program allows you to join the project, have your results displayed with the project, and receive emails from the project administrator.
In addition, FTDNA now offers a package that upgrades your results to more markers, allows you to upload your results to the FTDNA database (the largest in genetic genealogy) and receive access to your matches and other tools at FTDNA.
To learn more, click here:  http://www.familytreedna.com/landing/ydna-transfer.aspx

 

  

 6. You may report these markers if you wish.  They are normally not comparable in our project, but may have value over time.

 

From Sorenson 43

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