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poi
06-20-2018, 06:23 AM
It would be interesting to see if and how much we're inbred among different regional/ethnic lines. Not a thing to brag about, but not our fault! Damn ancestors.


Run your raw files again this calculator and do not change the defaults: https://www.math.mun.ca/~dapike/FF23utils/roh.php
Go to GedMatch main site and run "Are your Parents Related?"


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My Results

My results from the RoH Calculator:


Total autosomal (Chr 1-22): 3.241 % ( 37435 of 1154937 SNPs) are NoCalls
Total autosomal (Chr 1-22): 21.683 % (250420 of 1154937 SNPs) are Heterozygous (this tally excludes 5 heterozygous SNPs that were treated as homozygous)
Total autosomal (Chr 1-22): 78.317 % (904517 of 1154937 SNPs) are Homozygous (this tally includes 5 heterozygous SNPs that were treated as homozygous)


My results from GedMatch:


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Largest segment = 16.1 cM
Total of segments > 7 cM = 16.1 cM
Estimated number of generations to MRCA = 4.9

Results:

Largest individual segment of SNPs with greater than 500 matches: 7.0 cM

Total autosomal SNPs in segments with greater than 500 matches: 2443

Largest Single-Block Genetic Distance =
Total Genetic Distance =
Interpreting your results:

This analysis indicates that your parents are probably distantly related.


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Sister-in-Law's Results

GedMatch:


Largest segment = 9.8 cM
Total of segments > 7 cM = 17.0 cM
Estimated number of generations to MRCA = 5.0

Results:

Largest individual segment of SNPs with greater than 500 matches: 7.0 cM

Total autosomal SNPs in segments with greater than 500 matches: 2100

Largest Single-Block Genetic Distance =
Total Genetic Distance =
Interpreting your results:

This analysis indicates that your parents are probably distantly related.


RoH Calculator:


Chr X: 78.323 % (22629 of 28892 SNPs) are homozygous, 74 No-Calls, 1 heterozygous SNPs treated as homozygous
Chr Y: 1691 SNPs, 1259 No-Calls, 0 heterozygous SNPs treated as homozygous
Chr XY: 525 SNPs, 1 No-Calls, 0 heterozygous SNPs treated as homozygous
mtDNA : 195 SNPs, 2 No-Calls, 0 heterozygous SNPs treated as homozygous

Total autosomal (Chr 1-22): 0.153 % ( 973 of 637639 SNPs) are NoCalls
Total autosomal (Chr 1-22): 29.223 % (186336 of 637639 SNPs) are Heterozygous (this tally excludes 7 heterozygous SNPs that were treated as homozygous)
Total autosomal (Chr 1-22): 70.777 % (451303 of 637639 SNPs) are Homozygous (this tally includes 7 heterozygous SNPs that were treated as homozygous)
Processing Completed.

Tolan
06-20-2018, 06:32 AM
Unfortunately, we can not compare.
The result depends on the company and the DNA test ...

In addition, in this calculation, recent strong consanguinity will not significantly increase our genetic consanguinity rate.
This rate is mostly related to our ethnicity.

surbakhunWeesste
06-20-2018, 06:36 AM
I ran the gedmatch one long time ago, I am not inbred, neither are my parents. I am pretty sure my ancestors were inbred, 23&me's DNA relatives shows the fiasco lol.

MonkeyDLuffy
06-20-2018, 08:09 AM
Yea I ran my data on these long time ago. I'm not inbred at all, thanks to our strict gotra matching system. I can't even marry someone with the same surname as my grandmothers.

Batroun
06-20-2018, 08:31 AM
"No shared DNA segments found

No indication that your parents are related."

Is what I got

Sapporo
06-20-2018, 08:46 AM
Yea I ran my data on these long time ago. I'm not inbred at all, thanks to our strict gotra matching system. I can't even marry someone with the same surname as my grandmothers.

Really? That's interesting. Among Jatt Sikhs, anyone besides the gotra of your mother and father is usually fair game (although similar grandmother's maiden name may be frowned upon). However, I believe most Hindu Jats take it to next level and include your grandmother's maiden name gotras too.

Personally, I don't consider people who share my gotra/clan as distant brother or sisters. Especially, if we're ancestrally from different pinds.

MonkeyDLuffy
06-20-2018, 08:54 AM
Really? That's interesting. Among Jatt Sikhs, anyone besides the gotra of your mother and father is usually fair game (although similar grandmother's maiden name may be frowned upon). However, I believe most Hindu Jats take it to next level and include your grandmother's maiden name gotras too.

Personally, I don't consider people who share my gotra/clan as distant brother or sisters. Especially, if we're ancestrally from different pinds.

Yea grandmothers maiden names are matched as well. It's almost like we avoid inbreeding lol.

firemonkey
06-20-2018, 09:25 AM
Chr X: 4.339 % ( 850 of 19588 SNPs) are homozygous, 642 No-Calls, 0 heterozygous SNPs treated as homozygous
Chr Y: 2129 SNPs, 976 No-Calls, 0 heterozygous SNPs treated as homozygous
mtDNA : 3287 SNPs, 164 No-Calls, 0 heterozygous SNPs treated as homozygous

Total autosomal (Chr 1-22): 0.954 % ( 5588 of 585541 SNPs) are NoCalls
Total autosomal (Chr 1-22): 27.987 % (163876 of 585541 SNPs) are Heterozygous (this tally excludes 3 heterozygous SNPs that were treated as homozygous)
Total autosomal (Chr 1-22): 72.013 % (421665 of 585541 SNPs) are Homozygous (this tally includes 3 heterozygous SNPs that were treated as homozygous)


Gedmatch


Largest segment = 0.0 cM
Total of segments > 7 cM = 0.0 cM

No shared DNA segments found

No indication that your parents are related.

poi
06-20-2018, 01:27 PM
Really? That's interesting. Among Jatt Sikhs, anyone besides the gotra of your mother and father is usually fair game (although similar grandmother's maiden name may be frowned upon). However, I believe most Hindu Jats take it to next level and include your grandmother's maiden name gotras too.

Personally, I don't consider people who share my gotra/clan as distant brother or sisters. Especially, if we're ancestrally from different pinds.

We(if one is to follow the typical arranged marriage scenario) also avoid gotra of our mother and father, along with 5 generations from both sides. Not sure if that is sort of validated by 5 showing up up in my and my SIL's gedmatch results. If so, my ancestors did the bare minimum lol

bol_nat
06-20-2018, 01:40 PM
Roh Calculator


Chr X: 6.314 % ( 1642 of 26007 SNPs) are homozygous, 1330 No-Calls, 0 heterozygous SNPs treated as homozygous
Chr Y: 1766 SNPs, 1020 No-Calls, 0 heterozygous SNPs treated as homozygous
mtDNA : 2459 SNPs, 66 No-Calls, 0 heterozygous SNPs treated as homozygous

Total autosomal (Chr 1-22): 2.677 % ( 24903 of 930381 SNPs) are NoCalls
Total autosomal (Chr 1-22): 28.875 % (268646 of 930381 SNPs) are Heterozygous (this tally excludes 2 heterozygous SNPs that were treated as homozygous)
Total autosomal (Chr 1-22): 71.125 % (661735 of 930381 SNPs) are Homozygous (this tally includes 2 heterozygous SNPs that were treated as homozygous)
Processing Completed.

Gedmatch


Largest segment = 0.0 cM
Total of segments > 7 cM = 0.0 cM

No shared DNA segments found

No indication that your parents are related.

bmoney
06-20-2018, 02:31 PM
v5
Total autosomal (Chr 1-22): 2.395 % ( 14705 of 613899 SNPs) are NoCalls
Total autosomal (Chr 1-22): 16.736 % (102743 of 613899 SNPs) are Heterozygous (this tally excludes 0 heterozygous SNPs that were treated as homozygous)
Total autosomal (Chr 1-22): 83.264 % (511156 of 613899 SNPs) are Homozygous (this tally includes 0 heterozygous SNPs that were treated as homozygous)

ancestrydna
Total autosomal (Chr 1-22): 0.103 % ( 654 of 637639 SNPs) are NoCalls
Total autosomal (Chr 1-22): 29.464 % (187872 of 637639 SNPs) are Heterozygous (this tally excludes 7 heterozygous SNPs that were treated as homozygous)
Total autosomal (Chr 1-22): 70.536 % (449767 of 637639 SNPs) are Homozygous (this tally includes 7 heterozygous SNPs that were treated as homozygous)

v5

Largest segment = 0.0 cM
Total of segments > 7 cM = 0.0 cM

No shared DNA segments found

No indication that your parents are related.

ancestrydna

Largest segment = 0.0 cM
Total of segments > 7 cM = 0.0 cM

No shared DNA segments found

No indication that your parents are related.

bmoney
06-20-2018, 02:35 PM
Yea I ran my data on these long time ago. I'm not inbred at all, thanks to our strict gotra matching system. I can't even marry someone with the same surname as my grandmothers.

As pegasus says, gotra doesnt mean you don't have founder effects.

But in the case of Tarkhans who are an occupational caste, i expect very little inbreeding

poi
06-20-2018, 03:31 PM
v5
Total autosomal (Chr 1-22): 2.395 % ( 14705 of 613899 SNPs) are NoCalls
Total autosomal (Chr 1-22): 16.736 % (102743 of 613899 SNPs) are Heterozygous (this tally excludes 0 heterozygous SNPs that were treated as homozygous)
Total autosomal (Chr 1-22): 83.264 % (511156 of 613899 SNPs) are Homozygous (this tally includes 0 heterozygous SNPs that were treated as homozygous)

ancestrydna
Total autosomal (Chr 1-22): 0.103 % ( 654 of 637639 SNPs) are NoCalls
Total autosomal (Chr 1-22): 29.464 % (187872 of 637639 SNPs) are Heterozygous (this tally excludes 7 heterozygous SNPs that were treated as homozygous)
Total autosomal (Chr 1-22): 70.536 % (449767 of 637639 SNPs) are Homozygous (this tally includes 7 heterozygous SNPs that were treated as homozygous)

v5

Largest segment = 0.0 cM
Total of segments > 7 cM = 0.0 cM

No shared DNA segments found

No indication that your parents are related.

ancestrydna

Largest segment = 0.0 cM
Total of segments > 7 cM = 0.0 cM

No shared DNA segments found

No indication that your parents are related.

It's weird that the results from 23andmeV5 is so drastically different from Ancestry's results.

midichlorian
06-20-2018, 04:00 PM
I'm Patel and this says my parents were related 7 generations ago. What a joke!

"Largest segment = 16.1 cM
Total of segments > 7 cM = 27.5 cM
Estimated number of generations between parents = 7.0 (total generations from parent1 to common ancestors to parent2)

Interpreting your results:

This analysis indicates that your parents are probably related within the last several generations."

Jatt1
06-20-2018, 04:53 PM
Really? That's interesting. Among Jatt Sikhs, anyone besides the gotra of your mother and father is usually fair game (although similar grandmother's maiden name may be frowned upon). However, I believe most Hindu Jats take it to next level and include your grandmother's maiden name gotras too.

Personally, I don't consider people who share my gotra/clan as distant brother or sisters. Especially, if we're ancestrally from different pinds.

Not true, grandmothers for sure but even great grandmothers surname be avoided by most jatts.

jesus
06-20-2018, 04:58 PM
My parents are not related on GEDmatch. My mother also gets the same results
23andme V4
Total ROH Mb: 4.07
Total genome Mb: 3003.15

Total autosomal (Chr 1-22): 1.508 % ( 8832 of 585541 SNPs) are NoCalls
Total autosomal (Chr 1-22): 28.284 % (165613 of 585541 SNPs) are Heterozygous (this tally excludes 2 heterozygous SNPs that were treated as homozygous)
Total autosomal (Chr 1-22): 71.716 % (419928 of 585541 SNPs) are Homozygous (this tally includes 2 heterozygous SNPs that were treated as homozygous)


From the recent Parsi study. Iranian Zoroastrians are the most inbred, while Iranian Muslims/jews donít seem inbred.
https://ars.els-cdn.com/content/image/1-s2.0-S0002929717302914-gr1.jpg

Jatt1
06-20-2018, 04:58 PM
We(if one is to follow the typical arranged marriage scenario) also avoid gotra of our mother and father, along with 5 generations from both sides. Not sure if that is sort of validated by 5 showing up up in my and my SIL's gedmatch results. If so, my ancestors did the bare minimum lol

That is exactly what was done among Jatts too.

poi
06-20-2018, 05:21 PM
I'm Patel and this says my parents were related 7 generations ago. What a joke!

"Largest segment = 16.1 cM
Total of segments > 7 cM = 27.5 cM
Estimated number of generations between parents = 7.0 (total generations from parent1 to common ancestors to parent2)

Interpreting your results:

This analysis indicates that your parents are probably related within the last several generations."

Not sure if you think 7 is too low or too high for you. Regardless, it would be tough to verify 7 generations of ancestry.

midichlorian
06-20-2018, 05:35 PM
Not sure if you think 7 is too low or too high for you. Regardless, it would be tough to verify 7 generations of ancestry.

I'm saying I don't think my parents are related, Patels have a very specific endogamous marital practice that prevents inbreeding.

poi
06-20-2018, 06:16 PM
I'm saying I don't think my parents are related, Patels have a very specific endogamous marital practice that prevents inbreeding.

Could you elaborate on the marital practices in your community? Is it more than 7 generations from the male side and 5 generations from the female? If not, your generation=7 falls within that range.

Also, you have to think about practical limitations of those theoretical limitations. Genealogy matching during marriage practices rely on word-of-mouth or family history or even delegated to outside parties like family pundits, so perfection when it comes to many generations would be too impractical I'd think. All it takes is one minor slip-up for that generation to be lower than anticipated.

midichlorian
06-20-2018, 06:51 PM
Could you elaborate on the marital practices in your community? Is it more than 7 generations from the male side and 5 generations from the female? If not, your generation=7 falls within that range.

Also, you have to think about practical limitations of those theoretical limitations. Genealogy matching during marriage practices rely on word-of-mouth or family history or even delegated to outside parties like family pundits, so perfection when it comes to many generations would be too impractical I'd think. All it takes is one minor slip-up for that generation to be lower than anticipated.

Not sure with certainty, but even sharing last names makes the marriage unsuitable.

poi
06-20-2018, 07:24 PM
Not sure with certainty, but even sharing last names makes the marriage unsuitable.

2 issues: first, do you check surnames of grand-parents'-parents'-parents'-parents'-parents as well? You must stop at some point before the 7th generation, right? And most importantly, surnames are very patrilineal, since surnames are passed of one's father's surname. Just draw a family tree and you'll see how these 2 points help make sense why you are seeing Generation=7 relationship between your parents.

tipirneni
06-20-2018, 08:33 PM
Among Kammas there are different individual streaks due to admixture with multiple dynasties of Kings. You will find people with strong Yadu streaks, Iranic streaks, High IberoMaurisian, Chola, Hun, Ancient Naga lineage etc..


ROH
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Total autosomal (Chr 1-22): 4.386 % ( 30806 of 702442 SNPs) are NoCalls
Total autosomal (Chr 1-22): 28.381 % (199360 of 702442 SNPs) are Heterozygous (this tally excludes 1 heterozygous SNPs that were treated as homozygous)
Total autosomal (Chr 1-22): 71.619 % (503082 of 702442 SNPs) are Homozygous (this tally includes 1 heterozygous SNPs that were treated as homozygous)
Processing Completed.

Parents related
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Largest segment = 0.0 cM
Total of segments > 7 cM = 0.0 cM

No shared DNA segments found

No indication that your parents are related.

https://i.imgur.com/kbDt00E.jpg

pnb123
06-20-2018, 11:41 PM
Results:

Largest individual segment of SNPs with greater than 500 matches: 7.0 cM

Total autosomal SNPs in segments with greater than 500 matches: 3149

Largest Single-Block Genetic Distance =
Total Genetic Distance =
Interpreting your results:

This analysis indicates that your parents are probably related within the last several generations.

IDK how though. They're not related at all.

Smashorpass
06-21-2018, 12:28 PM
Mine says 5.0 generations as well.

aaronbee2010
06-21-2018, 11:04 PM
MyHeritage

RoH:


Total autosomal (Chr 1-22): 4.315 % ( 30309 of 702442 SNPs) are NoCalls
Total autosomal (Chr 1-22): 28.558 % (200605 of 702442 SNPs) are Heterozygous (this tally excludes 2 heterozygous SNPs that were treated as homozygous)
Total autosomal (Chr 1-22): 71.442 % (501837 of 702442 SNPs) are Homozygous (this tally includes 2 heterozygous SNPs that were treated as homozygous)

GEDmatch:

Largest segment = 0.0 cM
Total of segments > 7 cM = 0.0 cM

No shared DNA segments found

No indication that your parents are related.


23andme_v5

RoH:


Total autosomal (Chr 1-22): 2.406 % ( 14772 of 613899 SNPs) are NoCalls
Total autosomal (Chr 1-22): 16.555 % (101630 of 613899 SNPs) are Heterozygous (this tally excludes 1 heterozygous SNPs that were treated as homozygous)
Total autosomal (Chr 1-22): 83.445 % (512269 of 613899 SNPs) are Homozygous (this tally includes 1 heterozygous SNPs that were treated as homozygous)

GEDmatch:

Largest segment = 0.0 cM
Total of segments > 7 cM = 0.0 cM

No shared DNA segments found

No indication that your parents are related.

poi
06-21-2018, 11:41 PM
MyHeritage

RoH:



GEDmatch:



23andme_v5

RoH:



GEDmatch:

It is best to ignore 23andme v5's RoH runs. Bmoney also gets insanely high 83% same as you. I also get 84%. But Ancestry/myheritage is much lower in your and bmoney's case. My ftdna is 78%. Anyone with FTDNA want to share their results? I'm hoping non-inbred folks also get into high 70s so that I can feel good about my results :P

Censored
06-23-2018, 04:35 AM
RoH:
Total autosomal (Chr 1-22): 0.843 % ( 4847 of 575031 SNPs) are NoCalls
Total autosomal (Chr 1-22): 28.504 % (163908 of 575031 SNPs) are Heterozygous (this tally excludes 3 heterozygous SNPs that were treated as homozygous)
Total autosomal (Chr 1-22): 71.496 % (411123 of 575031 SNPs) are Homozygous (this tally includes 3 heterozygous SNPs that were treated as homozygous)
Processing Completed.

Gedmatch:
Largest segment = 0.0 cM
Total of segments > 7 cM = 0.0 cM

No shared DNA segments found

No indication that your parents are related.

It's literally impossible for my parents to be related. They come from different states from different families that look very different. lol

omgpeeps
06-23-2018, 02:29 PM
Not that inbred and not surprised since my parents backgrounds are fairly different, but they are both from the same area of Canada so I thought there might be some overlap but not much with this :).

Largest segment = 0.0 cM
Total of segments > 7 cM = 0.0 cM

No shared DNA segments found

Chr Y has a No-Call run of length 2302 from position 2649694 to position 59032809 (56383.11 Kb)

Chr 2 has a ROH of length 208 from position 48025694 to position 48040285 ( 0.01 Mb)
Chr 2 has a ROH of length 226 from position 135756454 to position 137155352 ( 1.40 Mb)
Chr 3 has a ROH of length 549 from position 36836668 to position 37517067 ( 0.68 Mb)
Chr 5 has a ROH of length 403 from position 111983052 to position 112242968 ( 0.26 Mb)
Chr 7 has a ROH of length 247 from position 94034209 to position 94081181 ( 0.05 Mb)
Chr 7 has a ROH of length 1009 from position 117170993 to position 117304813 ( 0.13 Mb) (1 heterozygous SNPs treated as homozygous)
Chr 11 has a ROH of length 300 from position 5225447 to position 5248491 ( 0.02 Mb)
Chr 11 has a ROH of length 296 from position 108143291 to position 108425790 ( 0.28 Mb)
Chr 12 has a ROH of length 232 from position 103240630 to position 103280756 ( 0.04 Mb)
Chr 15 has a ROH of length 739 from position 48704911 to position 48944272 ( 0.24 Mb) (1 heterozygous SNPs treated as homozygous)
Chr 16 has a ROH of length 205 from position 163598 to position 418348 ( 0.25 Mb)
Chr 16 has a ROH of length 758 from position 2085997 to position 2750696 ( 0.66 Mb)
Chr 17 has a ROH of length 266 from position 29576009 to position 29705947 ( 0.13 Mb)
Chr 17 has a ROH of length 234 from position 41245239 to position 41256985 ( 0.01 Mb)
Chr 19 has a ROH of length 544 from position 11188153 to position 11284028 ( 0.10 Mb)
Chr X has a ROH of length 297 from position 32328213 to position 32519953 ( 0.19 Mb)
Chr X has a ROH of length 396 from position 66745964 to position 68134806 ( 1.39 Mb)
Chr X has a ROH of length 306 from position 100617678 to position 100674834 ( 0.06 Mb)
Chr X has a ROH of length 293 from position 138630542 to position 138732867 ( 0.10 Mb)
Chr X has a ROH of length 320 from position 154175976 to position 154221296 ( 0.05 Mb)
Chr Y has a ROH of length 2302 from position 2649694 to position 59032809 (56.38 Mb)
Total ROH Mb: 62.45
Total genome Mb: 3003.11
The detected ROHs account for 2.079 % of the reported genome.

The following percentages are for individual homozygous SNPs, not just those in ROHs.

Chr 1: 71.028 % (33143 of 46662 SNPs) are homozygous, 331 No-Calls, 0 heterozygous SNPs treated as homozygous
Chr 2: 71.633 % (33043 of 46128 SNPs) are homozygous, 265 No-Calls, 0 heterozygous SNPs treated as homozygous
Chr 3: 71.301 % (27463 of 38517 SNPs) are homozygous, 196 No-Calls, 0 heterozygous SNPs treated as homozygous
Chr 4: 71.434 % (24227 of 33915 SNPs) are homozygous, 204 No-Calls, 0 heterozygous SNPs treated as homozygous
Chr 5: 70.079 % (24098 of 34387 SNPs) are homozygous, 208 No-Calls, 0 heterozygous SNPs treated as homozygous
Chr 6: 72.343 % (29215 of 40384 SNPs) are homozygous, 830 No-Calls, 0 heterozygous SNPs treated as homozygous
Chr 7: 72.033 % (23809 of 33053 SNPs) are homozygous, 300 No-Calls, 1 heterozygous SNPs treated as homozygous
Chr 8: 70.348 % (21293 of 30268 SNPs) are homozygous, 147 No-Calls, 0 heterozygous SNPs treated as homozygous
Chr 9: 70.699 % (18796 of 26586 SNPs) are homozygous, 137 No-Calls, 0 heterozygous SNPs treated as homozygous
Chr 10: 70.767 % (20671 of 29210 SNPs) are homozygous, 154 No-Calls, 0 heterozygous SNPs treated as homozygous
Chr 11: 72.700 % (21320 of 29326 SNPs) are homozygous, 210 No-Calls, 0 heterozygous SNPs treated as homozygous
Chr 12: 72.229 % (20550 of 28451 SNPs) are homozygous, 182 No-Calls, 0 heterozygous SNPs treated as homozygous
Chr 13: 71.967 % (15601 of 21678 SNPs) are homozygous, 114 No-Calls, 0 heterozygous SNPs treated as homozygous
Chr 14: 70.689 % (13216 of 18696 SNPs) are homozygous, 113 No-Calls, 0 heterozygous SNPs treated as homozygous
Chr 15: 71.254 % (13026 of 18281 SNPs) are homozygous, 128 No-Calls, 1 heterozygous SNPs treated as homozygous
Chr 16: 72.353 % (13891 of 19199 SNPs) are homozygous, 170 No-Calls, 0 heterozygous SNPs treated as homozygous
Chr 17: 76.661 % (14367 of 18741 SNPs) are homozygous, 233 No-Calls, 0 heterozygous SNPs treated as homozygous
Chr 18: 70.162 % (11569 of 16489 SNPs) are homozygous, 90 No-Calls, 0 heterozygous SNPs treated as homozygous
Chr 19: 75.973 % ( 9878 of 13002 SNPs) are homozygous, 230 No-Calls, 0 heterozygous SNPs treated as homozygous
Chr 20: 69.125 % (10019 of 14494 SNPs) are homozygous, 78 No-Calls, 0 heterozygous SNPs treated as homozygous
Chr 21: 71.505 % ( 6050 of 8461 SNPs) are homozygous, 57 No-Calls, 0 heterozygous SNPs treated as homozygous
Chr 22: 74.126 % ( 6744 of 9098 SNPs) are homozygous, 86 No-Calls, 0 heterozygous SNPs treated as homozygous

Chr X: 78.730 % (15335 of 19478 SNPs) are homozygous, 146 No-Calls, 0 heterozygous SNPs treated as homozygous
Chr Y: 2302 SNPs, 2302 No-Calls, 0 heterozygous SNPs treated as homozygous
mtDNA : 5079 SNPs, 333 No-Calls, 0 heterozygous SNPs treated as homozygous

Total autosomal (Chr 1-22): 0.776 % ( 4463 of 575026 SNPs) are NoCalls
Total autosomal (Chr 1-22): 28.353 % (163037 of 575026 SNPs) are Heterozygous (this tally excludes 2 heterozygous SNPs that were treated as homozygous)
Total autosomal (Chr 1-22): 71.647 % (411989 of 575026 SNPs) are Homozygous (this tally includes 2 heterozygous SNPs that were treated as homozygous)

parasar
06-23-2018, 04:20 PM
We(if one is to follow the typical arranged marriage scenario) also avoid gotra of our mother and father, along with 5 generations from both sides. Not sure if that is sort of validated by 5 showing up up in my and my SIL's gedmatch results. If so, my ancestors did the bare minimum lol

Theoretically you could not marry among the pravars of a gotr, so Y lineage vise going back to the primodal ancestor who for example in my (Parasar pravar) case would be Vasisth.
So no sa-gotr, and sa-pind (common stock) checked for five or seven generations.

pnb123
06-23-2018, 06:31 PM
We(if one is to follow the typical arranged marriage scenario) also avoid gotra of our mother and father, along with 5 generations from both sides. Not sure if that is sort of validated by 5 showing up up in my and my SIL's gedmatch results. If so, my ancestors did the bare minimum lol

Mine shows 4.5 generations. I've noticed that Sa Gotris can have different y-dna, probably because they migrated from different places. One thing I've noticed is that people have now started marrying sa gotri from maternal side. But you cannot marry with someone from the same maternal surname.

Sapporo
06-24-2018, 01:36 AM
Yea grandmothers maiden names are matched as well. It's almost like we avoid inbreeding lol.

I double checked. My father and mother confirmed that grandmother's maiden names are fair game. I wouldn't really consider it inbreeding though. You still can't marry distant cousins of people from within the same pind. There are hundreds and thousands of male and female non-relatives that will share your grandmothers' maiden names/gotra/clan.

MonkeyDLuffy
06-24-2018, 02:39 AM
I double checked. My father and mother confirmed that grandmother's maiden names are fair game. I wouldn't really consider it inbreeding though. You still can't marry distant cousins of people from within the same pind. There are hundreds and thousands of male and female non-relatives that will share your grandmothers' maiden names/gotra/clan.

Yea even if you have different gotra but are from same pind, you can't marry them. Confirmed with my mom, we check grandmothers maiden names as well.

RougeS
06-24-2018, 04:57 AM
Mine shows 4.5 generations. I've noticed that Sa Gotris can have different y-dna, probably because they migrated from different places. One thing I've noticed is that people have now started marrying sa gotri from maternal side. But you cannot marry with someone from the same maternal surname.



Well the traditions are changing it used to be 7 pusta but these days 5 is acceptable.
And no,marrying to someone of your motherís surname is allowed and has always been allowed as long as youíre not related for 7 generations.
My cousin was once planning to marry a guy of same surname as of our mothers and there was no problem at first only problem was he turned out to be her(and mine as well) 3rd cousin once removed,some were even saying 4 generation difference is enough Lol.
Everything is shortcut these days anyways like mourning period for example.

khanabadoshi
07-13-2018, 09:18 PM
So I just got my other 1st cousin's results -- he will be 1st Cousin B. He is jam and sadia's son, ie. my maternal Grandfather's sister and my paternal Uncle's son. So this should give you an idea of #inbredlife:

https://i.gyazo.com/049a3ed6d0a0e514bbb45a38d91ab533.png

My brother and sister are coming out like his half-brother and half-sister LOLLL.

tipirneni
07-13-2018, 11:28 PM
So I just got my other 1st cousin's results -- he will be 1st Cousin B. He is jam and sadia's son, ie. my maternal Grandfather's sister and my paternal Uncle's son. So this should give you an idea of #inbredlife:

https://i.gyazo.com/049a3ed6d0a0e514bbb45a38d91ab533.png

My brother and sister are coming out like his half-brother and half-sister LOLLL.

Looks like this is a big subject in Britain. Studies have shown that 55 per cent of British Pakistanis are married to first cousins – and in Bradford, this rises to 75 per cent.

Ppl like Imran Khan advertising against this practice by marrying outside.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1392217/Muslim-outrage-professor-Steve-Jones-warns-inbreeding-risks.html

poi
07-14-2018, 12:26 AM
So I just got my other 1st cousin's results -- he will be 1st Cousin B. He is jam and sadia's son, ie. my maternal Grandfather's sister and my paternal Uncle's son. So this should give you an idea of #inbredlife:

https://i.gyazo.com/049a3ed6d0a0e514bbb45a38d91ab533.png

My brother and sister are coming out like his half-brother and half-sister LOLLL.

Very interesting indeed. I notice that he shares 55% of his DNA with both his parents. I am assuming that means there is significant overlap between their parents, so 23andme is attributing that extra 10% to both parents?

Not sure how the science of genetics works, but I also have 2nd to 3rd cousins showing up in 23andme that are no way actual 2nd and 3rd cousins. Us #inbredlife folk might have pool of genes so much overlaping that genealogically distant "cousins" could also be counted as more immediate cousins? Somebody help me out here lol

khanabadoshi
07-14-2018, 09:30 AM
Very interesting indeed. I notice that he shares 55% of his DNA with both his parents. I am assuming that means there is significant overlap between their parents, so 23andme is attributing that extra 10% to both parents?

Not sure how the science of genetics works, but I also have 2nd to 3rd cousins showing up in 23andme that are no way actual 2nd and 3rd cousins. Us #inbredlife folk might have pool of genes so much overlaping that genealogically distant "cousins" could also be counted as more immediate cousins? Somebody help me out here lol

Yeah they are 1st cousins; share 13.7% DNA. Which is ironic, since they place so differently autosomally.