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Awale
10-10-2015, 08:21 PM
I have the raw data of two Somalis (one's a member here) and they're both R0a2 and also related (granted, seemingly not via their maternal lines) and here's what they get via Jame's Lick mtDNA analysis tool (http://dna.jameslick.com/mthap/):


Somali 1 (Y-DNA: T, mtDNA: R0a2):

http://oi59.tinypic.com/qsnwbl.jpg




Somali 2 (Y-DNA: E-V32, mtDNA R0a2):


http://oi61.tinypic.com/neu5f.jpg


Krefter (our resident mtDNA wizz) seemed to identify the first guy as R0a2g and has his results in his users mtDNA spreadsheet (https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/18sDtDhgzHScP2_vO6NlfR2rBqefF78JE6bYHZO39WNA/edit#gid=1844195909) but given that I'm not too good with discerning these results (terrible, honestly)-> What subclade does the second guy look to be? He seems to get a lot more suggestions than the first which confused me... He's not R0a2g like the first guy is the impression I'm getting... What does his subclade seem to be?

Almagest
12-25-2016, 09:09 PM
I have the raw data of two Somalis (one's a member here) and they're both R0a2 and also related (granted, seemingly not via their maternal lines) and here's what they get via Jame's Lick mtDNA analysis tool (http://dna.jameslick.com/mthap/):


Somali 1 (Y-DNA: T, mtDNA: R0a2):

http://oi59.tinypic.com/qsnwbl.jpg




Somali 2 (Y-DNA: E-V32, mtDNA R0a2):


http://oi61.tinypic.com/neu5f.jpg


Krefter (our resident mtDNA wizz) seemed to identify the first guy as R0a2g and has his results in his users mtDNA spreadsheet (https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/18sDtDhgzHScP2_vO6NlfR2rBqefF78JE6bYHZO39WNA/edit#gid=1844195909) but given that I'm not too good with discerning these results (terrible, honestly)-> What subclade does the second guy look to be? He seems to get a lot more suggestions than the first which confused me... He's not R0a2g like the first guy is the impression I'm getting... What does his subclade seem to be?
First one is R0a2g since they carry 9128C. The second one is R0a2* because they carry no mutations that defines anything under R0a2 currently known.