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Mike Walsh
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« on: April 14, 2011, 09:18:04 AM »

It looks like like L513 and DF5 could be broadly applicable under R-L21** (DF1 is L513.)

Greg RM, on another forum wrote, "Here are the details based on the information I currently have:
DF1 proportion estimator=9.3%, 80% Clopper-Pearson interval=4.6-16.5% (N=54, X=5)
DF5 proportion estimator=11.8%, 80% Clopper-Pearson interval=5.2-22.1% (N=34, X=4)
Of course, this assumes that the individuals included in the sample provide a representative sample of L21, etc."

I doubt if these are perfect predictions but Greg is predicting that 9.3% of the R-L21* people will have DF1+ (which is L513+) and 11.8% will have DF5+

I just ordered both L513 and DF5  by going to Order Tests and Upgrades, Advanced Orders, checkmarking SNP, then doing "finds" and "adds" on L513 and DF5.

People who think they fit the Wales I (17-14-10 - ID'd by Robert Hughes) should order L371.

People who are Scots Modal, and in my opinion, also Scots with YCAIIb=22 and Little Scots, should be ordering L555 and L561.  Those have been found in a Scots Modal person.
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« Reply #1 on: April 16, 2011, 12:35:10 PM »

I'm trying to figure out if I should order the FGS and deepen my mtDNA knowledge or go for the Deep Clade and get all the L21 SNPs. Now I see the Deep Clade won't actually get me all the L21 SNPs.

I thought I had already spent enough money on this hobby.

Sheesh!
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