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Re: FTDNA to put Big Y SNPs automatically into the Y-DNA Haplotree

Well, I have very high respect for folk like you Mike, who clearly have a skillset that I will never possess, and can show what is feasible to achieve in this
Brian Swann
11:59 PM
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34115

Re: FTDNA System Malfunctions

One of the old Mac gurus put up plans once for converting an original Mac to a small aquarium. Recycle. Recycle. Recycle.
pngarr
11:00 PM
#34115
 
34114

Re: FTDNA System Malfunctions

I once drew my hypothesized system for AOL. There was an Apple IIe at the center, rigged to have about 10 million modems attached. I'm starting to suspect
pngarr
10:57 PM
#34114
 
34113

Re: FTDNA to put Big Y SNPs automatically into the Y-DNA Haplotree

Some academics have already written software for automatic tree building based on NGS data. I suggested it here, but it was dismissed at the time. One problem
pngarr
10:52 PM
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34112

Re: SNP ages from BigY 366

What distance cousins are the Booths?
gtc131
10:06 PM
#34112
 
34111

Re: FTDNA to put Big Y SNPs automatically into the Y-DNA Haplotree

"Didn't think I'd ever hear anyone mention adam smith, or invisible hand here. hah!" He may well have been U106. :-)
gtc131
8:02 PM
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34110

Re: FTDNA to put Big Y SNPs automatically into the Y-DNA Haplotree

Didn't think I'd ever hear anyone mention adam smith, or invisible hand here. hah!
randyziel
8:00 PM
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34109

Re: FTDNA to put Big Y SNPs automatically into the Y-DNA Haplotree

I agree with Brian. He's spot on, except I don't see a reason to be charitable to FTDNA. They have their support and communications problems and have to be
Mike W
4:31 PM
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34108

Re: FTDNA System Malfunctions

It never crashes and is never out of date! Gary D. D. Morrison
Gary D D Morrison
4:06 PM
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34107

Re: FTDNA to put Big Y SNPs automatically into the Y-DNA Haplotree

"I think you have to be more charitable ..." Charity has nothing to do with it. FTDNA is a business. Like all businesses it has its strengths and its
gtc131
3:26 PM
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34106

Re: FTDNA to put Big Y SNPs automatically into the Y-DNA Haplotree

I think you are right Brian. We are almost at the point where we need some type of dynamic database system that that will handle an indefinite amount of
billrogers.hou
2:10 PM
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34105

Re: FTDNA to put Big Y SNPs automatically into the Y-DNA Haplotree

I agree with Brian.  FTDNA has to take over the analysis problem. But their goal sounds overambitious to me.   From: "'Brian Swann' bps@...
David Carlisle
1:43 PM
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34104

Re: Beer & Archeology, sort of.

A beercanhouse! Fanblooodytastic! Just the ammunition I need to refute French claims to cultural superiority. Al
alholdcroft
1:19 PM
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34103

Re: Beer & Archeology, sort of.

The difference between Europe and America: America thinks 100 years is a long time and Europe thinks 100 miles is a long way. ~Steve ... I know that In America
steve_young_z343_cts5601_s1355
1:12 PM
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34102

Re: FTDNA to put Big Y SNPs automatically into the Y-DNA Haplotree

I really think most people do not appreciate the sheer number of folk we may have to deal with in the longer term, and how we are going to have to change to
Brian Swann
1:06 PM
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