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vettor
06-14-2014, 07:33 PM
Does anyone know about how accurate YHRD site for plotting one's ydna?
or
have you any knowledge of this site?

I plotted mine , see map below with the closest ( nearly exact ) people ( 2 people) where the red square is
The blue squares are the others which are similar or associated to my T ydna marker

http://i103.photobucket.com/albums/m153/vicpret/yhrd_zpsca28aa3e.jpg (http://s103.photobucket.com/user/vicpret/media/yhrd_zpsca28aa3e.jpg.html)


first look, sems to think its a "slavic" group, but as many professionals have said to me, ........I was disappointed that my early guesses of you being Slavic is wrong.

vettor
06-22-2014, 10:16 PM
Does anyone know about how accurate YHRD site for plotting one's ydna?
or
have you any knowledge of this site?

I plotted mine , see map below with the closest ( nearly exact ) people ( 2 people) where the red square is
The blue squares are the others which are similar or associated to my T ydna marker

http://i103.photobucket.com/albums/m153/vicpret/yhrd_zpsca28aa3e.jpg (http://s103.photobucket.com/user/vicpret/media/yhrd_zpsca28aa3e.jpg.html)


first look, seems to think its a "slavic" group, but as many professionals have said to me, ........I was disappointed that my early guesses of you being Slavic is wrong.

How do I get to find out the person I match with in Yhrd ..............the markers are placed by the geneticists

I match exactly 16 of the 17 DYS that needs to run the test ( that red square is near the city of Linz )

AJL
06-22-2014, 10:25 PM
You can't -- they are in forensic databases.

It's reasonable to use YHRD for matches especially when you don't have many Ysearch matches. The matches are not at very high resolution, but still a decent clue for general regional ancestry.

Unfortunately the website has been malfunctioning for some time.

vettor
07-29-2014, 06:40 AM
Playing around with new YHRD new ( unsure if it beta) with heat maps.............below is STR closest to mine ............I used the middle option ( 17 STR )with manual input

http://i103.photobucket.com/albums/m153/vicpret/newheatyhrd_zps1c67bae1.jpg (http://s103.photobucket.com/user/vicpret/media/newheatyhrd_zps1c67bae1.jpg.html)

seems accurate for me to a degree

Humanist
08-04-2014, 08:50 PM
vettor. Do you mind if I move this to the Y-DNA section?

My results, based on the "minimal" haplotype:



Worldwide


Observed

Found 1 match in 132,553 Haplotypes. This is approx. 1 match in 132,553 Haplotypes (95% CI: 23,791 - 5,235,564).


Expected

Discrete Laplace: Approx. 1 match in 87,465 Haplotypes
n+1/N+1: Approx. 1 match in 66,277 Haplotypes (95% CI: 11,896 - 2,617,802)


My question vettor is how do I access the plot?

Táltos
08-05-2014, 04:02 AM
vettor. Do you mind if I move this to the Y-DNA section?

My results, based on the "minimal" haplotype:





My question vettor is how do I access the plot?
Have you tried the box in the right corner that says +Add feature? It is a drop down box, you can select Metapopulation and then go down to the second box in the center of the screen that is in blue and scroll through the populations there. It is not very detailed. You will get Admixed, African, African-Afro-American and so on. But too time consuming.

There is also Ancestry Information in the drop down of the Add feature, but you might have found that already. I don't like the update to YHRD. It used to be easier to use. Well minus the fact that you could only do a few searches at a time in the past. And I'm pretty sure in the old website my brother had more exact matches with more markers added than the basic ones. I can remember they would show matches that were not exact too.

Táltos
08-05-2014, 04:36 AM
After my brother's 25 marker result came in last year these are the matches that came up.
2228

Much easier to find, and more detailed than the new website. Also now that I think of it I don't think it took all of his 25 markers, but it was still more than before that I could put in, and he still had a result.

MitchellSince1893
08-05-2014, 04:52 AM
I put my markers in and got 0 results. I get 800 12 marker matches and 180 25 marker matches on ftdna but none on yhrd?

vettor
08-05-2014, 06:06 AM
vettor. Do you mind if I move this to the Y-DNA section?

My results, based on the "minimal" haplotype:





My question vettor is how do I access the plot?

as taltos stated

add feature ....ancestry information, then scroll down

vettor
08-05-2014, 06:07 AM
After my brother's 25 marker result came in last year these are the matches that came up.
2228

Much easier to find, and more detailed than the new website. Also now that I think of it I don't think it took all of his 25 markers, but it was still more than before that I could put in, and he still had a result.

new one is not finished yet.

Humanist
08-05-2014, 10:41 AM
I don't like the update to YHRD. It used to be easier to use. Well minus the fact that you could only do a few searches at a time in the past. And I'm

Agreed!

And, what a surprise (or not). My lone "match" is Sicilian. The same place where there are a decent number of Q1b men.

http://i1096.photobucket.com/albums/g326/dok101/DNA_Tribes_SNP_Analysis/Sicilian_yhrd.jpg

MitchellSince1893
08-05-2014, 01:49 PM
I put my markers in and got 0 results. I get 800 12 marker matches and 180 25 marker matches on ftdna but none on yhrd?

I think I was on the old site before. Here are my results for next.yhrd.org

While I'm all over Western Europe on the heat map, what I found interesting was the National Cluster chart. As you can see Ireland's relative frequency for my minimal manually entered STRs is substantially higher than any other country. This is particularly interesting to me as indicated here http://www.anthrogenica.com/showthread.php?1682-U152-BritainsNDA-Chromo2-Results&p=28055&viewfull=1#post28055

2230
2231

vettor
08-05-2014, 06:41 PM
I think I was on the old site before. Here are my results for next.yhrd.org

While I'm all over Western Europe on the heat map, what I found interesting was the National Cluster chart. As you can see Ireland's relative frequency for my minimal manually entered STRs is substantially higher than any other country. This is particularly interesting to me as indicated here http://www.anthrogenica.com/showthread.php?1682-U152-BritainsNDA-Chromo2-Results&p=28055&viewfull=1#post28055

2230
2231

what is the difference between relative frequency and other?

Anyway, as yhrd move forward and finalise/complete the new YHRD, you will can drop down boxes for admixture and other goodies

vettor
08-05-2014, 06:47 PM
Agreed!

And, what a surprise (or not). My lone "match" is Sicilian. The same place where there are a decent number of Q1b men.

http://i1096.photobucket.com/albums/g326/dok101/DNA_Tribes_SNP_Analysis/Sicilian_yhrd.jpg

you can see by the old map and the new map, that, they have added new tested people, like coastal romania, middle anatolia and many more. For you to be a sicilian or most likely a ancient phoenician that settled in sicilian is a nice scenario.

Not being rude - Maybe you can be the anthrogenica guinea pig and see if you can test yourself with Yhrd . With your knowledge and your ancestral area, it would settle many issues ........at least in my eyes

regards


BTW..we share the same spot in sicily although its a very minor one for me. And in my map this minor one is also in southern Spain............clearly why I say its Phoenician

dp
08-05-2014, 08:00 PM
Vettor,
thanks for the link to next.yhrd.org . Before, I could only do 2 searches per day. My heat map doesn't look insightful. If I type my info in through to all the Yfiler panel --excluding DYS635 that hasn't been tested-- I only get two matches. I think at the SWGDAM level I have 23 matches out of 107,335. I tried leaving out DYS389i and DYS385, didnt seem to help much.
I backed up and filled in the minimal panel but omitted DYS389i, DYS385. My greatest country match, of 10%, is Ireland. If I include the whole panel my largest match is 1% (of Nicaragua).
dp :-)

Humanist
08-05-2014, 09:34 PM
you can see by the old map and the new map, that, they have added new tested people, like coastal romania, middle anatolia and many more. For you to be a sicilian or most likely a ancient phoenician that settled in sicilian is a nice scenario.

That is possible. However, based on modern distribution, my particular G1 line is associated, in significant part, with populations located well inland. That is, save for the Welshman. And the Kuwaiti. However, neither of the aforementioned are located on the Mediterranean coast.


I am not sure when Ray Banks updated the page, but I just came across this bit regarding my particular G1 group:


One M342 subgroup shares the unusual value of 8 at marker DYS494:

Persons from Armenia, Turkey, Iraq, Iran, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and Wales identified. This one seems quite old, probably more than 3000 yrs since a common ancestor lived.

MitchellSince1893
08-06-2014, 01:18 AM
what is the difference between relative frequency and other?
Relative is the percentage of the total while the right side is the absolute number of matches. E.g 100 samples from country x of which 20 matches vs. 50 out of 1000 samples for country y. Country x has a higher relative frequency (20% vs 5%) while y has a higher absolute number (50 vs 20)

Stellaritic
08-09-2014, 04:16 PM
http://i924.photobucket.com/albums/ad82/saharalag/YHRDnational_zps7c30665b.jpg
http://i924.photobucket.com/albums/ad82/saharalag/YHRDheatmap_zpsb37915c9.jpg
http://i924.photobucket.com/albums/ad82/saharalag/YHRDmeta_zpseacee9c8.jpg

MfA
05-05-2016, 02:56 PM
How do you guys look at haplotypes? It used to show the str values of the contributions. There are couple of contributions I like to look at the str values but can't figure out how to.

firemonkey
05-05-2016, 03:58 PM
The following error has occured: None of the possible Haplotypes generated from your Trace were found in the database. A calculation is not possible.

Afshar
05-05-2016, 05:13 PM
I would like it to work but it shows no matches at all

khanabadoshi
05-05-2016, 07:24 PM
It says 2 matches for the Y-filer haplotype:

http://www.anthrogenica.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=9161&stc=1