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    Is Mtdna Jameslick predictor accurate

    Just to note, Two dna companies have my brother as belonging to Mtdna L3e, that is Livingdna and 23andme. So, a couple years back, I uploaded my raw data to Jameslick, The mtdna haplogroup seemed to match with 23andme. Now I uploaded it with the 23andme raw data, it gave my best match as Haplogroup H, I uploaded it again with Genes forGood’s raw data it now says my best match is Mtdna H2a2a1. I uploaded it to the Genetic Genealogy tool, it looked like my brother had positive SNPs for many different Mtdna haplogroups, but it was still listed as belonging to a subclade of L3e.

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    23andme assigned mine as H7, and Jameslick's predictor did as well. Can you give some screenshots?
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    Make sure you upload the right file. If the file is not compatible with the predictor, the predictor will not receive the mutations and will automatically give the standard reference mt-DNA which is H2a2a1.

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