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    FTDNA Y-DNA Haplotree now is public

    Haplotree - "The world’s largest Y-DNA Haplotree with more than 16,000 branches, 118,000 variants and 160,000 confirmed SNPs" as they say ?
    We can search haplogroup/country/surname

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    It looks decent, I was able to find my branch relatively easy.
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    Fun. I think easy to use trees are an excellent draw for potential customers. Telling people you fit on this tree and we can tell you where. Searching by surname seems challenging though. But I did enjoy the country reports for various branches.

    It would be extra fun if they found a way to include ancient DNA on the tree as a potential teaching mechanism.
    Last edited by Osiris; 09-27-2018 at 11:06 PM. Reason: typo

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    You can only drill down to R-M343? Kinda of disappointing.

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    There are 33 people at F-89 but no F sub-branches. I guess that means that most people who are F just haven't tested more common SNPs further down like M343. Although perhaps there are a few true F men in that count. Looks like K is the same.

    Although it's good to see M, P and S represented.

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    The thing didn't work for me.

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    It's working for me on my Mac (Chrome and Safari). I am able to drill down to my current terminal SNP.

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    All I get is a purple circle going round and round.

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    I tried it again just now, and it worked. It took me right to my terminal SNP.

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    This is a positive development. It will be somewhat difficult to navigate for people not familiar with phylogenetics. Hopefully that will improve in the future. It's somewhat resembles the 23andMe tree.
    The FTDNA tree should be very complimentary to the YFull haplotree. I don't see it as a competition. Each have their strong points.
    Having the ISOGG, YFull and now FTDNA haplotrees available to the academic community is a real boon. It should benefit everybody
    Last edited by Joe B; 09-28-2018 at 02:10 AM.
    YFull R1b-M269>L23>Z2103>Z2106>Z2108>Y14512>Y20971>Y22199, ISOGG R1b1a1a2a2c1b Y14416, FTDNA R-M64

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