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    Recently received the results from the Chromo 2 upgrade at ScotlandsDNA, but the raw data as provided is meaningless to me. I had hoped it would have enabled me to use the data with other resources like FTDNA's Y search.
    Since the incidence of Haplogroup T is so low in the UK, their graphs & graphics (SDNA) were as useful as an ashtray on a Harley to me.
    So I guess the gist of it is, if your Haplogroup is uncommon, you don't get any benefit from using SDNA's services.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seumas View Post
    Recently received the results from the Chromo 2 upgrade at ScotlandsDNA, but the raw data as provided is meaningless to me. I had hoped it would have enabled me to use the data with other resources like FTDNA's Y search.
    Since the incidence of Haplogroup T is so low in the UK, their graphs & graphics (SDNA) were as useful as an ashtray on a Harley to me.
    So I guess the gist of it is, if your Haplogroup is uncommon, you don't get any benefit from using SDNA's services.
    can you show any of these graphics?
    I am curious, because I heard 3 stories of T marker in Britain
    1 - hunter gathers ( came with G marker)
    2 - Phoencians ( ie cornall and ireland association )
    3 - came with vikings

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    Sorry about the delay in responding, I did try posting graphics last week but failed.
    However, you'd be disappointed in them, one. Of them shows the percentage of haplogroup T in the 4 nations, but indicated 0, in all 4. Obviously they don't consider <1% worth registering. However in their map they indicate small numbers in Yorkshire, London area, central Scotland & Munster in Ireland.

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