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Amerijoe
09-05-2018, 07:37 PM
This gentleman put together a program which traces R1a migration patterns. He has my clad YP6291 migrating to the British Isles at 1900 B.C.


Hunter Provyn and Alistair Sammy posted in R1a Y-DNA haplogroup.


Hunter Provyn
September 4 at 12:08 PM

Thanks for letting me join R1a. I am not an expert on R1a or an administrator, but I have some sample data with paternal origins from your haplogroup and applied a method I wrote on it.

Anyone wanting to see a theoretical computed migration path for their subclade of R1a can click their clade in the corresponding project page:

https://phylogeographer.com/data/R1a.html

Note these are theoretical computed paths and that for this project I only have YFull data, which has neither sample ages nor exact positions (either country or regional level). Thanks to R1a member Michal of Poland who helped contribute data to some of my earlier implementations.

I believe the methodology is sound and that more data with sample ages and exact positions will result in more accurately computed paths.

Links to methodology on the main page.

If you find this resource useful and want to share your own data, ancient DNA or data from your haplogroup project that you are authorized to share, please work together to create one spreadsheet for each project. Instructions here: https://phylogeographer.com/supplemental-samples/

Note I am, for now, excluding kits east of longitude 97, for this reason some clades, like (J-M410) Y20905 fail to show a result when clicked. Also some clades are devoid of location info.

Join the FaceBook group to see updates. Feedback is welcome. Thanks!
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poi
09-05-2018, 07:48 PM
This gentleman put together a program which traces R1a migration patterns. He has my clad YP6291 migrating to the British Isles at 1900 B.C.


Hunter Provyn and Alistair Sammy posted in R1a Y-DNA haplogroup.


Hunter Provyn
September 4 at 12:08 PM

Thanks for letting me join R1a. I am not an expert on R1a or an administrator, but I have some sample data with paternal origins from your haplogroup and applied a method I wrote on it.

Anyone wanting to see a theoretical computed migration path for their subclade of R1a can click their clade in the corresponding project page:

https://phylogeographer.com/data/R1a.html

Note these are theoretical computed paths and that for this project I only have YFull data, which has neither sample ages nor exact positions (either country or regional level). Thanks to R1a member Michal of Poland who helped contribute data to some of my earlier implementations.

I believe the methodology is sound and that more data with sample ages and exact positions will result in more accurately computed paths.

Links to methodology on the main page.

If you find this resource useful and want to share your own data, ancient DNA or data from your haplogroup project that you are authorized to share, please work together to create one spreadsheet for each project. Instructions here: https://phylogeographer.com/supplemental-samples/

Note I am, for now, excluding kits east of longitude 97, for this reason some clades, like (J-M410) Y20905 fail to show a result when clicked. Also some clades are devoid of location info.

Join the FaceBook group to see updates. Feedback is welcome. Thanks!
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Very interesting. I checked my subclade R1a>y6 and it shows it arriving in South Asia via the Arabian/Persian coast! Y6's ancestral Y3 coming from Bahrain.

https://phylogeographer.com/mygrations/?hg=R1a&clade=Y6

Jatt1
09-06-2018, 06:42 PM
Very interesting. I checked my subclade R1a>y6 and it shows it arriving in South Asia via the Arabian/Persian coast! Y6's ancestral Y3 coming from Bahrain.

https://phylogeographer.com/mygrations/?hg=R1a&clade=Y6

I doubt if that is the case if you are IA or IScythian. Do not forget the fact that Mittani and Scythians ruled those areas long ago.